National Women's And Girls Hiv Awareness Day

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National Women's And Girls Hiv Awareness Day
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The Seattle Public Library says
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day- Moving Forward in 2017
Wednesday, April 5, Seattle Public Library Central Library
Doors open 6:30 pm
Program 7 - 9:00 pm
Level 4, Room 2

Please join an evening of conversation and celebration for women and girls impacted by HIV, especially among women of color. Since the beginning of the US HIV epidemic, women—both cisgender and transgender--have been living with the virus, working to improve the lives of people with HIV, and acting up to stop the US epidemic. Their stories and herstory are rich and often untold.

Hosted by Dr. Michele Andrasik, HIV Trials Network

Featured Speakers

Leah Dodge, Seattle Indian Health Board
Dominick Lucien, BABE member
Tobi Hill-Meyer, Trans activist and local author
Julene Tripp Weaver, local author and poet
Ruzeda Fields, BABE member
Kelly Jardine, BABE member
Jade Dynasty, Trans activist/organizer and GoGo dancer


Light refreshments provided

This program is made possible with support from Seattle Public Library Foundation, BABES Network –YWCA, the Center for Multicultural Health, and the Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination-Legacy Project.
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By: The Seattle Public Library

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