The Basilica of Saint Mary in downtown Minneapolis will be hosting three Thursday evenings of education and discussion on HIV/AIDS locally and globally, with opportunities for action. The events are free and open to the public. Please email JusticeSeries@aol.com for more information, or visit www.mary.org and follow the link.
Feb. 2: Context & Faith
What is the state of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and how does our faith inform our response?
* Kari-Shane Davis, theologian at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University
* Nancy Doucette, representative of the American Red Cross
Feb. 9: Global Issues
What factors contribute to the international pandemic?
* Lucy Slater of NASTAD, an NGO with AIDS technical assistance programs operating in eight countries
* Kevin Winge, Executive Director of Open Arms of Minnesota
Feb. 16: Local Issues
How do local communities deal with the epidemic?
* Karen Clark, state representative of south Minneapolis
* Elizabeth Namarra, SubSaharan African Youth and Family Services in Minnesota
* Viviana Sotro, Latino Outreach Specialist from the American Red Cross
* an African-American Outreach Specialist from the American Red Cross
* a representative of the Aliveness Project
An opportunity to GET INFORMED and CONNECT with organizations that MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Located in the Great Hall (3rd floor) of the Basilica School in downtown Minneapolis.
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