BPHI's 9th Annual World AIDS Day

          The Beloit Public Health Initiative invites you to join us this Thursday, November 19th from 6-8pm (come as you can!) via Zoom (924-7107-9869) for BPHI's 9th annual World AIDS Day event. The event is free of charge and will feature an art gallery, a health fair of community organizations, and a panel of speakers discussing the stigmas and realities of HIV/AIDS and what the world looks like today since the start of what is now called the AIDS epidemic. 

          This is an intersectional panel of folks who have different knowledges and personal experience with HIV/AIDS as well as work in harm reduction and Black Lives Matter + LGBTQIA activism. Panelists include Alexandria Kohn ‘18 (MCSAP Coordinator/ Community Advocates), Milani Ninja (House of Ninja Mother/CALOR Chicago), Antonio Domingo Santos (Gage Park Latinx Council/ UIC Sexuality and Gender) and Ezra Meadors (Howard Brown Health/Bonaventure House).

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DATE / Thursday, November 19th 

FECHA /  jueves 19 de noviembre

TIME / 6PM to 8PM via Zoom

TIEMPO / 6PM a 8PM a través de Zoom​

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          As a part of this years World AIDS Day, BPHI is a building a small art gallery on our website. In past World AIDS Day events, in person, BPHI has a red ribbon or art gallery in which participants can add to. Since this year's event will be held online, we encourage people to take part in our community project virtually. By either submitting work incorporating the color Red or by answering the prompt, “Sexual health is important to me because_______”.

 

Submissions can be made to BPHI's Facebook (Beloit Public Health Initiative), and Instagram (@heybphi), or by contacting Amy at wardac@beloit.edu 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE is 12 / 1 / 2020

 

Look out for this Community Art Project on our Website, Instagram, and Facebook! 

Take Part in BPHI's World AIDS Day Art Project