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Living Out Loud: Queer People of Color Creating HIV Awareness

For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/223943357674891/

Thursday, December 1
6 to 8 pm
Kimmel 802
60 Washington Square South

Celebrate AIDS Awareness Day with performances and spoken word by HIV positive (poz) queer people color who are well-known actors and community organizers.

Host & MC: Monroe France

Featuring: Aundaray Guess – PerformerMichelle Lopez – Treatment Educator & Community AdvocateSimply Rob – Spoken Word PoetMaya Vazquez – Singer (TO BE CONFIRMED)

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 they have done to bring awareness to HIV and the impact it has on communities of color.

Sponsored by:
NYU LGBTQ Student Center’S Storytelling and Performance SeriesCenter for Multicultural Education and Programs’ Multiple Identity Speaker Series

Co-sponsored by:
NYU Student Health Center

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