Pillow Talk: A Discussion on Race, Sex, and AIDS

A Discussion on Race, Sex, and AIDS

Thursday, December 2, 2010 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Hampton Roads Multi-purpose Room

Pillow Talk

To signify the importance of World AIDS Day 2010, this event is intended to be a candid discussion on how race and sex are two overlooked aspects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. We're going to change that! Show up at the Hampton Roads building with your favorite pillow, get comfortable, and let's talk about it.

This event is part of HIV Awareness Week at Mason, and the featured speaker will be regional HIV/AIDS activist, Justin B. Smith. There will be free HIV testing by Alcohol, Drugs, & Health Education, and of course, free food. So, get together, get tested, get educated, and get your grub on!

Date: Thursday December 2nd

Time: 6:00PM until 8:00PM

Location: Hampton Roads, Multi-purpose Room, First Floor

Hosted by African and African American Studies and Alcohol, Drugs, & Health Education.

Sponsored by African and African American Studies, Alcohol, Drugs, & Health Education, Kaiser Permenante, and University Life.