BASUAHBrothers and Sisters United Against HIV
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Rod Blagojevich created Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS, or BASUAH. The mission of the organization, which receives $2 million a year, was to tackle HIV and AIDS problems among African Americans.
The Reporter analyzed 43 revenue reports from 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 for 37 organizations that received money either from the health department, the Office of Minority Health or through the Response Act or BASUAH. Ten of the revenue totals were less than $300,000, and nearly 50 percent of the annual revenues were less than $700,000.