This paper illustrates use of John Kotter’s eight-stage process for creating change through leadership its potential for aiding African-American churches in addressing rising HIV/AIDS rates. The focus is on churches due to their large influence on the African-American community. Knowing that there are multiple influences surrounding HIV/AIDS, it is useful to highlight how certain ideological and theological factors are contributing to the current state of African-American churches work to increase HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention, and education.
Fleming, Khaliah F.
"HIV Prevention and Education: Leadership and Implications for African-American Churches,"
Florida Public Health Review: Vol. 7
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unf.edu/fphr/vol7/iss1/4