"We don't talk about it because it's one of those diseases we'd rather not discuss," said Eric Snell, pastor at Community Baptist Church.
"Thirty years ago it was over in Africa," Snell
"Today, it's all over the world."
There were 2,676 cases of HIV/AIDS
in Kansas through the end of 2010.
Non-Hispanic whites accounted for 1,501 (56.1 percent) of those cases and blacks for 672 (25.1), according to the Kansas Department of Health
thinks the past workshops have helped drive a slight increase in the number of people who are being tested in Wichita.