December 1 is World AIDS Day. It is an important time for all of us learn and reflect on this epidemic that has taken and continues to take so many lives. For many of us, AIDS has hit close to home. We have watched our loved ones whither away and struggle to survive as this virus tears them apart. This is something that connects us to people all across the world. Here in Brooklyn AIDS continues to tear apart our communities, and we continue in the beautiful struggle to support those living with HIV and AIDS and to find new ways of preventing this virus from spreading in the future. Please join us at Project Reach Youth as we celebrate life and struggle and take time to recognize all the horror and beauty that has come from AIDS and the people whose lives it has effected.
The staff and students of Project Reach Youth present: an evening of poetry, performances, and dance. With special guests, Grammy Award winner Maya Azucena, Canadian hip-hop phenom and community activist Eternia, as well as performances from the Project Reach Youth Students, and an open mic and talk back. This event is completely free and we would love to see as many folks as possible come out and participate. We would like to offer a special invitation to teens and educators. Please join us for a wonderful and powerful evening Monday December 1 from 5:30-8:30 at Sputnik in Brooklyn. Below are the details, and attached is an e-flyer (please take a look), if you have any further questions, or if you work with youth and would like us to send a permission slip, please do not hesitate to contact Program Coordinator Daniel Silber-Baker at (718) 768-0753. We hope to see you on Monday, thank you
World AIDS Day Showcase
Monday December 1
Sputnik 262 Taaffe Pl Brooklyn between Willoughby and Dekalb
Off the Classon stop on the G train
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