Friday, October 20, 7:00pm 2017 at the museum
A popular high school girl wrestles with the possibility she may be HIV-positive after learning that her recently deceased boyfriend was an IV drug user who was apparently infected with the virus.
Screening admission is always free but a $5 donation would be much appreciated
Tuesday, October 24 7:00–8:30pm at the museum
We will discuss the Impact of HIV Stigma on the Black Community in South Florida. Black people comprise 13% of the US population, yet represent 43% of new HIV cases. Why are black people carrying the burden of this epidemic, especially when it didn’t start out that way
Come and join us to discuss and explore how factors such as institutional racism, poverty, homophobia in the church, and exaggerations of the “down low” stereotype have all played a part.
Confidential HIV rapid testing will be available. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. Info & RSVP: 954-390-0550.
An Evening with Cleve Jones
Friday, November 10, 2017, 8:00 – 10:00pm at The Sunshine Cathedral