For 2012 WORLD AIDS DAY JOIN the Seattle RESULTS CHAPTER and UW Global Health Resource Center
To watch the powerful new documentary, HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE, about early AIDS activism and learn how you can advocate for the end of the AIDS epidemic and the end of poverty with RESULTS.
TIME: Monday, Dec. 3rd, 3:30-5:30 pm LOCATION: UW Foege Building, Auditorium, Room S-060 CONTACT: Melessa Rogers, 206-618-1742
When HIV/AIDS was discovered over thirty years ago, there were no effective ways to treat it, and for most, it was a death sentence. However, the genesis of the AIDS epidemic also fostered something else – powerful activism for change. The courageous actions of a few have now helped to save millions of lives. They survived a plague. Now, we can carry the torch and help end the AIDS epidemic.
To request disability accommodation, contact the University of W Disability Services Office at least 10 days in advance at dso or 206.543.6450, 206.543.6452/TTY.
Daren Wade, MSW Director, Global Health Resource Center Clinical Instructor, Department of Global Health University of Washington Mary Gates Hall, Room 274B (and Harris Hydraulics, 315) Box 352800 Seattle, WA 98195 206-616-1159 Phone 206-685-8519 FAX website: http://globalhealth.washington.edu events listings: http://globalhealth.washington.edu/events