November 30, 2015
In Baltimore City, one in forty two people are HIV positive and the number continues to grow. Local, state and regional organizations want to change that trend and are campaigning for a “Getting to Zero” initiative— ZERO AIDS related deaths; ZERO new HIV infections; and ZERO stigma and discrimination. This year, numerous non-profits, churches, government agencies and community groups will gather in and around Baltimore on December 1, 2015, World AIDS Day, to hold a candlelight vigil between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at various locations through the city listed below:
Chase Brexton Health Care, 1111 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
Celebration of Community, 10 E. Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore
Institute of Human Virology-JACQUES Initiative
725 W. Lombard Street, Courtyard, Baltimore
Coppin State University-College of Health Professions
2500 W. North Avenue, HHSB 125E, Baltimore
Notre dame of Maryland University
International Pharmaceutical Student Federation
4701 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
Baltimore Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc
2501 Springhill Aveue, Baltimore
For more information, go to Facebook.com/BmoreAwareHIV or call 410-327-3420, ext. 11.
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