AUGUST 2021: 40 YEARS LATER: BLACK WOMEN’S REFLECTIONS ON LIVING WITH HIV AFTER THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST HIV CASE IN THE USA
MAY 2021: THRHIVING: STRONG, RESILIENT, BLACK WOMEN TAKING ACTION TO END HIV & MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA
FEBRUARY 2021:NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT IS FOR US
Black Women’s Affinity Group Did You Know (DYK) Dialogue Series – Medical Research Involving Black and Brown Women/ “Nothing About Us Without Us, Is for Us” is a candid conversation with Black Women about increasing awareness and access for racial and ethnic minorities to engage in medical research.
NOVEMBER 2020:Reproductive Justice: A Conversation with Marsha Jones
October 2020: Understanding realities that are not our own
In this webinar, Health Equity Coordinator Chris Allen helped us to understand the realities of others.
Download the presentation slides here (PDF).
September 2020: Challenges faced by transgender people of color when accessing hiv prevention & care services
Presented by Jayla Sylvester
In this webinar, Jayla Sylvester discussed challenges faced by transgender people of color when accessing HIV prevention and care services.
You can download the presentation here.
August 2020: Art, Healing justice & hiv
Presented by Tarik Daniels
This presentation explored how “Healing Justice” is understood as a broader framework that aims to describe the relationship between social justice work and spirit by focusing both on the consequences of systemic oppression on the hope and agency of persons living with HIV as well as how communities can heal and be restored to vibrant ways of living.
August 2020: HIV Is a Social and Racial Justice Issue
Presented by Ian Haddock
This webinar considered the implications of reducing HIV to a health disparity and public health issue through the lens of a grassroots activist. In this webinar, we discussed projects and programs of The Normal Anomaly Initiative to tell the story of those at the margins, particularly Black queer men and transwomen. Through this webinar, we hoped to create synergy to move all involved in ending the HIV epidemic to see its intersection in the national racial justice movement and international social justice movement.
You can download the slides here.