World AIDS Day 2009 New York City. December 1, 2009 Events

Bronx, NY

Remembrance, Honor and Hope Ceremony
11AM to 3PM
Monsignor Del Valle Square at So. Blvd.  163rd St.
(alternate rain space: 953 Southern Blvd., Suite 201)
Brooklyn, NY

World AIDS Day Interfaith service
(St Augustine Church, 116 6th Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn) (7pm)
Join others who are taking a spiritual and physical journey through AIDS.
There will be music by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Manhattan,
and on display will be a collection of paintings titled, “Preparation Series”.

World AIDS Day Event
Coney Island Cathedral, 2816 Mermaid Ave, in Brooklyn. Dec. 1st, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.,
Sponsored by Amethyst Women’s Project and
National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS of NYC.
For more information contact Nicole or Eric at 718-333-2067


Watchful Eye Testing, Outreach and Prevention Initiative

In collaboration with Caribbean Women’s Health Association

Commemorates World AIDS Day 2009

“Universal Access and Human Rights”
Tracy Mack
Natashua Rice
Pastor Christina Walker
NYC Councilman Al Vann
OnTuesday, December 1, 2009
At Brooklyn Borough Hall 209 Joralemon Street 12 noon
Performances by

The Housing Works Choir & “The Queen of Gospel Pop” Kristina Halloway
For further info please call—347-533-4300


Join Gay Men of African Descent for a tasty and informative breakfast on World AIDS Day Tuesday, December 1st where representatives from Project ACHIEVE and ACRIA will present updates on the state of HIV vaccine research.

10AM to 12PM

Columbus Gaskins
Testing Coordinator
Gay Men of African Descent, Inc
44 Court Street, Suite 10
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Please RSVP at 718-222-6300 Ext 117

Manhattan, NY

December 1, 2009Do You Know What Today Is? If Not………..
Find Out At These Locations!!

125th Street in front of the State OfficeBuilding on Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.
116th Street and 3rd Avenue 42nd Street 7th Avenue at TimesSquare
14th Street at Union Square Park
City Hall Park Tuesday December 1, 2009 12:00pm to 4:00pmItx02bc;s
Time To Remember….. For More Information Call(212) 828-6141

Candlelight Vigil Begins at 6:00 pmTrinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan

164 West 100th Street – (at Amsterdam Avenue)
Candlelight Procession to Broadway UCC Church2504 Broadway (at 93rd Street)
Time of Reflection and Reading of Names of Those We Have Lost to AIDS Begins at 6:30 pm

World AIDS Day Gathering Begins at 7:00 pm
Wheelchair accessible and ASL interpreted.Refreshments served following the gathering.
For more information, call (212) 367-1016 or write to

Co-Sponsors:  American Run for the End of AIDS,
Broadway United Church of Christ, Gay Men’s Health Crisis,
International AIDS Prevention Initiative, Keith Haring Foundation,
LIFEbeat:  Music Industry Fights AIDS,
Trinity Lutheran Church

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City Hall Park — 24 Hour Reading of Names of those we have lost in the Struggle
For a 24-hour period beginning on December 1, 2009, activists, volunteers
and those living with HIV and AIDS will read names continually at City Hall
in lower Manhattan to memorialize loved ones, to raise awareness about the twin crises
of HIV/AIDS and homelessness, and remind the world that AIDS is not over.

Come by City Hall Park on December 1, any time day or night, to join in reading the names
of those you have lost to HIV/AIDS.
Go to for more information
and to submit a name of a loved one to memorialize.

4:00 pm – 7:30 pm

National WORLD AIDS DAY event at the New York Public Library – Harlem Branch.
New York Public Library – Harlem Branch
9 West 24th Street
New York, New York 10027
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“Interfaith service in commemoration of World AIDS Day (in Spanish)”
United Methodist Church of the Village, 7th Ave, corner of 13th Street in Manhattan,
5:30 pm. Sponsored by the Latino Commission on AIDS.Para información llame al 212-675-3288


1 de Diciembre Dia Mundial del SIDA
La Iglesia del Village,Una Iglesia Metodista Unida Progresistal
201 W de la Calle 13 (Esquina con la 7a Ave.), New York, NY
5:30 PM Vigilia, 6:00 PM Servicio Interreligioso

“LIVE POSTIVE!” organized by Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

World AIDS Week Presents
Short documentary screening & discussion
Sponsored by: The Department of Medicine, the Center for Multicultural Affairs, the Gold Foundation for Humanism in Medicine, Student
Council, Mount Sinai Alumni Association & AMSA
Monday November 30 2009
6:30-8 PM
Annenberg 12th floor, Auditorium 12-01
Watch out for more World AIDS week events beginning November 30
A portrait of one East Harlem resident living with AIDS

On World AIDS Day, December 1st, there will be a Candlelight Vigil in the Community Garden on E. 103rd and Park Avenue where there will be music, spoken word, and acknowledgements of those impacted by HIV/AIDS in East Harlem. Immediately after the vigil is the annual Viva El Barrio community celebration at Julia de Burgos Cultural Center where there be music, dance performances, food, and good times!

On December 2 in the East Harlem Café (E.104th and Lex) there will be a provocative dialogue on HIV/AIDS education in NYC Public Schools, so please come by for a good cup of café and good conversation!

The last event is on December 3 where the medical students have organized a panel discussion to expose and build the capacity of their medical student peers about the state of HIV/AIDS in NYC.

SPONSORED BY: New York Restoration Project, American Medical Student Association,
and the Mount Sinai Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs

For more information please contact: Jessica Acuna (


The Riverside Church invites you to be with us on
Sunday, November 29, 2009

The Riverside Church in the City of New York
490 Riverside Drive, New York City

Sunday Morning Worship
Every Sunday at 10:45 am in the Nave

We gather each week to sing and pray, and hear the Word proclaimed

Pre-World AIDS DAY Community Service Tables
12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

Community Service Tables with:

AIDS Service Center New York City
Casa Esperanza House of Hope
Global Ministry
NYC Faith in Action for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Education Coalition
The Riverside Church Global HIV/AIDS Ministry
S.M.A.R.T. University
United Church of Christ HIV/AIDS Network
World Vision


Convent Avenue Baptist Church

Invite you

Tangy’s Song!
Is a compelling 20-minute documentary film that moves from fear to faith as one young HIV positive African-American woman shares more than just her amazing story but her song!

December 4, 2009

Convent Avenue Baptist Church

420 Convent Ave and 145th Street

New York, New York 10031

Rev. Dr. Jesse T. William, Jr., Senior Pastor

Lower Sanctuary

6:00-8:00 PM

A discussion of the film will follow with Tangy Major

Light Dinner will be provided.

Confidential HIV Testing will be provided onsite from 6:00-7:30 PM

(Take the A, B, C, D trains to 145th Station walk up the hill one block)

RSVP to by Nov 30, 2009



9:30 am – 5:00 pm

94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11451
*** Free and Confidential HIV/AIDS Testing  STD/STI will be provided by ACQC’s Education
Co-Factors Departments in Health Services Center in RM 1F01, 1st Floor ***
For directions and all information contact Robert Steptoe or Melissa Robertson
@ Queens HIV CARE Network, 718.739.2525
Or, contact Sharon Hawkins, Manager of Health Services Center,
Room 1F01, at York College – 718-262-2050

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