In commemoration of World AIDS Day - Protect yourself and wear a condom
¼ of people who are HIV-infected DO NOT know they are infected. It is important to get TESTED today and know your status
- comprehensive STI information from Georgetown's Health Education ServicesSTI Testing
- a FAQ about getting tested for STIsWhen should I get tested?
- find out when to get tested for STIs; from Sex, Etc., a sexual health resource for young peopleFind a local testing center
- look for STI testing sites off-campus, in addition to University Health Services located in the basement of Cushing Hall
SERIES OF EVENTS FOR WORLD AIDS WEEK AT BC:
Tuesday, Dec 1:
World AIDS Day - Wear RED! We will be in Dustbowl all day with displays and making an AIDS quilt so stop by!
McGuinn 121 at 7pm: "AIDS Today" -- a panel discussion with several different speakers that are involved with AIDS; speakers include Reverend Burks, Director of HIV/AIDS Services at Greater Lovd Tabernacle in Dorchester, MA, Nancy Baker, associate Director of Health Services at BC, and more!
Wednesday, Dec 2:
Merkert 127 at 7 pm: Movie showing of "A Closer Walk"
Thursday Dec 3:
Devlin 008 at 7 pm: We will be partnering with Professor Demarco to host a showing of her documentary: Women's Voices Women's Lives, which follows the lives of HIV+ women in Boston. Talks by Professor Demarco and one of the women from the film will proceed the viewing.
Sunday Dec 6:
Higgins Atrium at 7-9 pm: Dance AIDS Away Benefit Concert - Our biggest event of the semester! Featuring Beats!, AeroK, Synergy, Fuego, Irish Dancers, MASTI and PATU. $5 at the door, all proceeds go to Fikelela in South Africa.
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