African, Caribbean & Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
HIV Edmonton is pleased to announce our participation in African, Caribbean and Black Canada HIV/AIDS Awareness Day event to be held on ACB HIV/AIDS Awareness day on February 7.
African, Caribbean & Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day helps raise awareness of HIV and contributes to addresssing HIV- related stigma in Canada's ACB communities.
African, Caribbean & Black (ACB) HIV/AIDS Awareness Day helps raise awareness of HIV and contributes to addressing HIV-related stigma in Canada’s ACB communities. This event will highlight the history of HIV within black communities both nationally and globally, and will highlight different initiatives both at home and across the world that are working to build capacity and resilience within ACB communities. The event will also feature performances from Melafrique, a band known for their smooth Afro-Caribbean sounds, and dance performances from a traditional Rwandan troupe. Service providers who work with ACB populations, as well community members who would like to better understand how HIV affects people from ACB communities are encouraged to attend. All are welcome!
Due to limited capacity, we ask that you register below by end of the day on February 1st. Registration is limited to 30 participants. If you cannot register due to being at capacity please e-mail Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a wait list.
Date & Time: Friday February 7th, 3PM – 7:30PM
Location: Red Ribbon Building – 9702 111 Avenue NW
Meals: Refreshments & Dinner will be served