Every year, the Bayard Rustin/Audre Lorde Breakfast attracts a diverse group of people to not only share a meal but to share ideas, thoughts, aspirations, goals, and intentions on how to make the Atlanta and th...
The annual Bayard Rustin/Audre Lorde Breakfast is set for Jan. 19 at the Loudermilk Center in downtown Atlanta, and will include discussion about the protests against police brutality targeting black people. ...
Someone Cares, an Atlanta-based HIV/AIDS advocacy and prevention organization for African-American and Latino men who have sex with men, will be honored by the Black AIDS Institute at a Thursday night event at the Loudermilk Center in downtown Atlanta.
The event coincides with National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Feb. 7, an annual observance of the ongoing struggle with the disease in African-American communities.
“We are a outreach agency,” Edwin Kennedy-Worthington, director of programs for Someone Cares, said today by phone. “That's what we pride ourselves on. We're not going to reach the population by sitting behind a computer.”
Local agency honored, Morehouse panel discussion and other events today
Q-100's Melissa Carter to emcee public forum
The Georgia Department of Community Health’s HIV Unit will host a town hall meeting on Friday, Sept. 24, to discuss ways to combat rising HIV / AIDS rates among gay and bisexual men.
There will be a panel discussion featuring out Q100 DJ Melissa Carter along with members of the DCH HIV Unit.