Chicago Strategy Session

The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative is hosting a strategy session to discuss how the faith community in Chicago can help create a movement to fight the unequal impact of HIV among African Americans. Following a brief panel discussion, the session will open into an interactive conversation to allow local faith leaders to engage with others in the Chicago area on HIV education and awareness. In addition to best practice sharing, faith leaders will have the opportunity to align their activities with local organizations to address HIV as a social justice issue in a unified effort.

Speakers:

  • Nanette Benbow, Deputy Commissioner for HIV and STI Services, Chicago Department of Public Health
  • Rev. Keron Sadler, NAACP Health Department
  • Rev. Stanley Stephens, President, Westside Pastor’s Coalition for AIDS and Inner City Health
  • Rev. Charles Straight, Pastor, Faith United Methodist Church
  • Rev. Doris Green, CEO, Men & Women In Prison Ministries

Date: Wednesday September 30th, 2015

Time: 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Location: University Center Chicago, 525 S State Street, Chicago, IL 60605

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