April 4, 2017 – Washington, DC — Today, The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative announced the release of its newly updated pastoral resources for faith leaders in honor of Minority Health Month. The Pastoral Brief and the Activity Manual offer a foundational approach for faith leaders to address HIV within the Black community from a social justice perspective.
New York, September 27, 2015 – Leaders of The Black Church and HIV: The Social Justice Imperative, a program designed to enlist faith leaders as change agents in addressing the disparate impact of HIV/AIDS on the African American community, provided a progress update on their Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) “Commitment to Action”, at the CGI 2015 Annual Meeting.
Nationwide Initiative Encourages Black Faith Leaders to Educate Congregations on Disproportionate Impact of HIV on Black America BALTIMORE, June 30, 2015 – On Sunday, July 12th, the NAACP will recognize The Black Church and HIV: The Social Justice Imperative fourth annual nationwide Day of Unity, to combat the social injustices that have led to the disparate impact that … Continue reading Fourth Annual Day of Unity Brings Together Faith Leaders across the Country to fight HIV in Black America
Philadelphia, PA (June 18, 2015) – The NAACP Philadelphia Branch and Rev. Glen Spaulding of Deliverance Evangelistic Church will host a training for faith leaders in the Philadelphia area to start an open dialogue about HIV in the Black community, and inspire action in the fight against the epidemic. The training comes to the “City … Continue reading The Philadelphia NAACP Hosts Social Justice‐Based HIV Training for Faith Leaders in Philadelphia
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