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Hey everyone, We wanted to talk and let you know what's going on. Sadly it looks like we need to put the program on pause for a little while once again. We will still be having group tonight (7/10), but starting next Friday our physical meetings will be on hiatus again. Please reach out to people who may not be on here and spread the word. We'll be sending out a more formal email to everyone whose emails we have in a few days. ...

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#BlackQueerTownHall Day 3: Black Joy

With Bob The Drag Queen, Miss Peppermint, and extra-special guests.
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1 month ago

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Just a reminder, U-21 is back tonight (June 5th)! Please see the attached documents for more info! ...

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1 month ago

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U-21 will be resuming Friday June 5th! We'll have some modified procedures in line with state health guidance to keep everyone healthy and safe but we'll be meeting again. Looking forward to seeing you soon! ...

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1 month ago

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National AIDS Memorial and ViiV Healthcare Create Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award to Support Young Artist-Activists Committed to the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
Applications now being accepted for the first-ever award honoring Bowman’s passion for social justice
San Francisco, May 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The National AIDS Memorial is now accepting applications for a newly created and inspiring program – the Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award – that offers support to artist-activists who are working and committed to making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The award is named in honor of Mary Bowman, the poet, advocate, author, singer and young person living with AIDS, who passed away in early 2019 at the age of 30. In its first year, the Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award will support young “artivists,” who exemplify Bowman’s passion for the arts, as the vehicle for their own HIV/AIDS community activism and expression.
The award is being funded through a grant from ViiV Healthcare and is intended to support one young artivist, 27 years of age or younger, selected annually, to receive a $5,000 award.
“Mary Bowman was an icon of hope and resilience, and performed at the 2018 ViiV Healthcare Youth and Community Summit where she inspired leaders across the movement,” said Marc Meachem, Head External Affairs North America ViiV Healthcare. “This award honors Mary’s legacy and will support young artists like her, who are using their creativity to have a powerful impact in their communities.”
ViiV Healthcare is a proud supporter of arts and culture programs that engage and inspire individuals and communities in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and recognizes the power of culture to break down stigma and isolation. A beautifully-produced video tribute to Bowman, created by the National AIDS Memorial through the support of ViiV Healthcare, captures that spirit and Bowman’s life and work.
Born with HIV, Bowman lived out her experiences of growing up and living with HIV (and losing a mother to AIDS) through her art. As a young, out, woman of color, she was a dynamic, vital voice for the next generation of individuals living with HIV—proud, willing to speak of her own challenges with not just her own health needs (mental health, social support) —but also a fierce advocate for other young people with HIV for whom a voice was lacking. For Bowman, the arts gave her the platform and voice to channel her creative energy, her passion, her truth.
“This award honors Mary’s pioneering work to end bigotry, discrimination, and to advance social justice, particularly around the issue of HIV/AIDS,” said John Cunningham, Executive Director of the National AIDS Memorial. “Through programs like these, generously supported by companies like ViiV Healthcare, we are helping inspire a new generation of leaders in the HIV/AIDS movement.”
Details about application process and requirements for the award can be found at AIDSMemorial.org. The first awardee will be announced in August 2020. Interested artist-activists must submit a full application by July 20, 2020, to be considered for the award.
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About the National AIDS Memorial: The National AIDS Memorial relies solely on funding from personal donors and corporate and foundation partners to support its mission and programs. Its work, through the National AIDS Memorial Grove, The AIDS Memorial Quilt, and inspiring programs helps ensure that the story of AIDS and the AIDS movement is known in perpetuity so that never again will our national conscience allow a community to be devastated by an epidemic because of fear, silence, discrimination or stigma.
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Such a powerful presentation.Quinn talks about the various ways he has used music to overcome things in his life associated with mental health, addiction, and losing people. He tells his... ...

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3 months ago

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U-21 will not be meeting this week, but we will still be at the MCC Church from 7-8 with snack/food bags for anyone who could use a little help.
U-21 Online is launching this week through Zoom and Discord! A posted schedule is forthcoming; please message the page or group for server info!
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3 months ago

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TEEN'MPower AlbuquerqueWe hate doing this but unfortunately it’s time to announce that Lavender Prom is cancelled this year. It breaks our hearts, but we want everyone to be safe and healthy during these uncertain times. Stay tuned, there will definitely be an event next year. Thanks for sticking with us through these challenging times. ...

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3 months ago

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WEEK 2 REMINDER: U-21 will NOT be meeting this week. However we will still be at the MCC Church lot from 7:00-8:00pm with sealed snack/food bags for anyone who wants to come by and pick up some extra food/snacks for the weekend. (We'll be doing this every week if we can, during the COVID-19 crisis)
I hope you're all doing well, please stay safe.
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4 months ago

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REMINDER: U-21 will NOT be meeting this week. However we will be at the MCC Church lot from 7:00-8:00pm with sealed snack/food bags for anyone who wants to come by and pick up some extra food/snacks for the weekend. (We'll be doing this every week if we can, during the COVID-19 crisis)
I hope you're all doing well, please stay safe.
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4 months ago

Are the Friday night groups still going on or are they being cancelled? ...

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