(CANCELLED) PBM: Living with HIV and HIV Stigma
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Pawsitive Bodies and Minds (PBM) is composed of multidisciplinary programming, highlighting the intersections between cross-cultural diversity, identity, health and medicine. This week of programming engages UMBC community members to think about diversity and inclusion in a different way, specifically on the important role that identity plays into the health of our bodies and minds.
A follow up to UHS' Increasing Impact through Prevention: HIV Awareness Forum in effort to bring greater awareness to prevention and the historical stigma impacting people living with this illness. Come meet folks doing HIV/AIDS research and those impacted by the disease.
Snacks and drinks will be served. We also encourage you to go to UHS' 3rd Annual World AIDS Day: HIV Mobile Testing Clinic! All undergrads, grads, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend! For any questions, please email Campus Life’s Mosaic at email@example.com or Carlos Turcios, Coordinator for Student Diversity and Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org.