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Picture: Positivity A photo exhibit that reveals the vibrant stories of our neighbors, friends, and family members living with HIV or AIDS.
Hosted by Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager
Thursday, June 6, 2013
5 p.m. Remarks, followed by Reception
Santa Clara County Government Center 70 W. Hedding St. - First Floor Breezeway
Moro, Assistant Professor of Art & Art History, Sally Lehrman,
Knight Ridder/San Jose Mercury News Professor in Journalism and the
Public Interest, and Gabriela Mena '13, Public Health Science and
Biology, invite you to witness the joys and struggles of people living
with HIV or AIDS in a collaborative photo exhibition created by Santa
Clara University students.
one in five people living with HIV or AIDS in Santa Clara County
doesn't know his or her status. Another third do know, but do not get
the care they need.
We all have the power to change this situation. Join us in a celebration of vitality and pride.
project, which is an outgrowth of the Gerald and Sally DeNardo
Lectureship Community Roundtable at Santa Clara University, gratefully
acknowledges the support of The Health Trust, Ira Greene PACE Clinic,
Supervisor Ken Yeager, Santa Clara University Public Health Program and
Department of Art & Art History, Asian Americans for Community
Involvement, Santa Clara County Department of Public Health, Billy
DeFrank LGBT Community Center, Black Coalition on AIDS, Santa Clara
County HIV Planning Council for Prevention and Care, Positive Women's
Network, WORLD: Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Disease,
Bill Wilson Center, and the Academy of Friends.