National HIV Advocate to speak at UAA

by Kathleen McCoy  |   

Mark your calendars for Friday, Feb. 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Wendy Williamson. Unveiling the Crisis, J.L. King, National HIV advocate speaks to the HIV crisis in our community.

Join the Four A's, Shiloh Community Development Inc. Minority Health Coalition and the UAA AHAINA Student Programs and Student Activities for an exciting National Black HIV, AIDS Awareness Day event in Anchorage. King's books On the Down Low and Coming Up From the Down Low have greatly increased AIDS awareness and education in the African American community. King has played important roles as a peer educator and breaking down many barriers that have prevented the Black community from talking about AIDS. King's workshops and presentations are nationally known to be provocative and enlightening. Admission is free call 786.4070 for more information.


For more information about J.L. King visit


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