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Living Out Loud: Men of color creating HIV awareness through their stories, art, & activism

Living Out LoudLiving Out Loud:
Men of color creating HIV awareness through their stories, art, & activism

Presented by NYU’s Office of LGBT Student Services Storytelling
and Performance Series/Multiple Identity Speaker Series

November 29, Monday
6 to 8 pm

Jeffrey S. Gould Welcome Center
50 West 4th Street

To see the Facebook Invite: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=171571102869379

Join NYU’s Office of LGBT Student Services and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs in celebrating AIDS Awareness Month with performances and spoken word by HIV positive (poz) men of color who are well-known writers, actors, hip hop performers and political activists.

Tim’m T. West: Hip Hop Artist, Scholar, Poet

Cornelius LIFE Jones: Actor, Writer, ARTivist

Brandon Lacy Campos: Organizer, Writer, FierceCook

Pedro Julio Serrano: Communicator, Activist, Blogger

The audience will have an opportunity to participate in a post-performance talk back with the performers that will focus on the issues raised in the performances and the work you’ve done to bring awareness to HIV and the impact it has on communities of color.

For more information, please contact the NYU Office of LGBT Student Services at 212-998-4424.

Co-sponsors:
Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Office of LGBT Student Services clubs: BodyQueer

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