» HIV and AIDS Forum
Lansing Community College Gay Straight Alliance is proud
to present Guest Speakers Todd A. Heywood and Lansing Association for Human
Rights Interns. They will be speaking about issues related to HIV and AIDS.
There is also a showing of United in Anger which has the history of ACT UP. We
encourage students, faculty, staff, and public to especially come during the
open mic. For two minutes share an inspirational story about someone dear.
Forty percent of people living with HIV in Ingham county are
under the age of 30, and over half of the cases are a result of men who have
sex with men sexual behavior.
On Friday March 21, at 5 pm in room 006 of the
HHS building, come learn the facts about HIV in the LGBT community, and what
you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Free HIV testing provided
by the Lansing Area AIDS Network will be provided immediately after the
conversation. Facebook event:?https://www.facebook.com/events/633164956719077/
?Lansing Community College Main Campus
?Health Human Services Room 006
?Date March 21, 2014
?Sponsored by LCC Gay Straight Alliance
?Support from Lansing Association for Human Rights
Todd A. Heywood will be speaking and presenting "Raw
Understand the behavioral and cultural constructs, as well
as biological realities as to why MSM communities are at higher risk for HIV
Understand how current prevention messaging presents
false assumptions and securities for people at risk of infection.
Be introduced to risk reduction techniques that are
proven effective, but generally not discussed
6:20-7:00 Viewing of United in Anger along with personal
stories United in Anger: How a small group of men and women of all races and
classes, came together to change the world and save each other's lives.
7:00-7:30 Lansing Association for human rights intern
7:30-8pm Reactions open mic.