The Links, Inc. presents Black Women and HIV/AIDS: Out of the Shadows

By |2018-01-16T14:06:09-05:00June 23rd, 2005|News|

SOUTHFIELD – HIV/AIDS presents a clear and present danger to the African-American community in general, and African-American women in particular. To meet the threat, The Links, Inc. is sponsoring an informational call to action.
Speakers for the event are author J.L. King, Loretta Davis-Satterla, Michigan Department of Community Health-Director, Division of Health, Wellness and Disease Control, and Selvy Hall, HIV/AIDS educator and activist. Reverend Angelo Henderson of Hope UMC is the scheduled moderator. King is the author of “On the Down Low: A Journey Into the Lives of ‘Straight’ Black Men Who Sleep with Men,” and the newly-released “Coming Up From The Down Low: The Journey to Acceptance, Healing, and Honest Love.”
The presentation will take place on Thursday, June 23 at Hope United Methodist Church, 26275 Northwestern Hwy. in Southfield, from 5:30-9:30 p.m. and will include a book signing at 9 p.m.
The event is co-sponsored by The Links, Inc., Henry Ford Health System, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Hope United Methodist Church.
Seating for the forum is limited. For additional information email [email protected].

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