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Rev. Floyd D. Harris Jr will Interview Dr. Jean Kennedy About World Aids Day Dec 1. Dr. Kennedy has been on the front lines in america speaking to people across the world about Aids!
Questions I will ask Dr. Jean Kennedy:
1. Why the local church today don't speak about Aids?
2. Why do it seems like Aids in not a topic in our community schools systems today?
3. How do people get Aids?
4. Why often should be get check out for Aids?
5. Can you get Aids from Kissing, Having unprotected sex, oral sex and annual sex?
At Morehouse University, a Nov. 28 fashion show with outfits made from condoms will highlight an evening of working to eliminate the stigma of HIV/AIDS as well as promoting condoms to practice safe sex. Emory University’s Hillel group will once again sponsor the world's largest campus display of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, set for Nov. 30.
There are events planned also in Augusta, Savannah, Macon and Valdosta with Valdosta holding events over several days, including a screening of the newly released documentary “deepsouth” that explores, among other issues, HIV in the rural South.John Rogers, a public health educator for the South Health District Infectious Disease Program, said the documentary is a powerful tool to raise awareness and dispel stigma surrounding HIV in rural areas.“As someone who has worked with HIV-positive people for the past 20 years, this movie really captures the sum of the experiences that our clients have related to me over time,” Rogers said. “We feel this would help raise awareness of HIV and the stigma that still is attached to this disease even 30 years after it's discovery.
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