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WORLD AIDS DAY
World AIDS Day is an international day of health held each year on December 1st worldwide. We stand together on this day, as one community, to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS. We show our support for people living with HIV and remember those who have died and their loved ones. We recommit to achieving an AIDS-free generation.
We have several announcements to make including a brand new website and look for the World AIDS Day 2015 events. This year marks the 5th Anniversary of World AIDS Day Detroit. We are pleased to welcome back the mother of Ryan White, Jeanne White-Ginder, for a special commemoration of World AIDS Day this year including the 25th Anniversary of the Ryan White CARE Act.
WORLD AIDS DAY 2015 EVENTS
The World AIDS Day Mayors breakfast will kick of the day with Detroit-area mayors, community and business leaders, HIV and AIDS service organizations and medical providers.
The World AIDS Day Youth Symposium returns with keynote speaker Jeanne White-Ginder and programming for area high school and university students.
The World AIDS Day Detroit commemoration ends with an evening program and concert featuring artists from American Idol. Tickets on sale soon, so check back or like us on facebook for updates!