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World AIDS Day - Film Screening & Panel

Hosted by the Programming Board

The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness. The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness.
The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness.
Join Spectrum Center’s Programming Board, Unified, and SNPhA as we recognize World AIDS Day on December 5th, 2019. World AIDS Day takes place on December 1st each year. It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. To recognize this day, we will be hosting an event that includes a screening of “A Day With(out) Art” and after the movie will be a panel with a variety of HIV/AIDS specialists. The event will be held in North University Building in room 1544 from 6-8pm. We will have food, drinks, and information on AIDS awareness. We hope to see you there!
The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness. The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness.
The Spectrum Center, "snaffa," and Unified present a World AIDS Day movie & panel event. The graphic is primarily red and features the red ribbon used to represent AIDS awareness.

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