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Free World AIDS Day Dinner & Vigil


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Please join us for a FREE community dinner and 🕯candlelight vigil🕯 in honor of World AIDS Day, December 1st.

-EVERYONE is welcome!

-Please bring a dish to share!! Comment in the event discussion with what you plan to bring, if you are able.

-Free, confidential, HIV testing will also be available on premises during event.

Please consider attending this event to raise awareness to those that are living with, and those we have lost to, AIDS. Though “AIDS is more common in gay and bisexual men, particularly young African American gay and bisexual men,” it affects many different people from many different communities.*

“In 2016, 18,160 people received an AIDS diagnosis. Since the epidemic began in the early 1980s, 1,232,246 people have received an AIDS diagnosis.”

“More than 1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV today, but 1 in 7 of them don’t know it.”


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