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Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS

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Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 12:30pm to 7:15pm

University of Miami Student Lounge

Join us for a powerful two-part event about the inspiring women at the forefornt of the global AIDS movement.

About the Film

From New York to Nigeria and from Burundi to the American South - How HIV-positive women on two continents have spent 30 years fighting for treatment, survival and a place at the table.

About the Speakers

  • Dedra Brown, PNB Board Member; CHARM (Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health) CAB Member; Peer Specialist, Empower U
  • Sannisha Dale, Associate Professor in Psychology; Director, SHINE (Strengthening Health through Innovation and Engagement) Research Program, University of Miami
  • Harriet Hirshorn, Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker
  • Kalenthia Nunnally, CEO, Blessing Hands Outreach; Founder, Sista’s Organizing to Survive (SOS); Community Chair, Miami Chapter of Black Treatment Advocates Network
  • Daniel Royles, Assistant Professor in History, Florida International University; Author of To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle against HIV/AIDS 
  • Hansel Tookes, Assistant Professor, University of Miami School of Medicine; Director, IDEA (Infectious Disease Elimination Act) Exchange
  • Introduction: Tamar Ezer, Acting Director, Human Rights Clinic; Faculty Director, Human Rights Program, University of Miami School of Law
  • Moderator: Jordan Brooks, JD/MD Candidate, Human Rights Clinic, University of Miami School of Law

Wednesday, February 16th: Film Screening @ 12:30 PM in UM Student Lounge; Panel Discussion @ 6:00 PM via Zoom.

See the flyer and register for this event here.

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