AIDS Awareness Week 2014

Challenging Stigmas, Empowering Youth, and Raising Awareness

World AIDS Awareness

Please join the Center for Community Engagement & Service in celebrating World AIDS Awareness Day with a week full of engaging and informative events. We look forward to seeing you at each of these events!

Dialogue: HIV/AIDS in DC

Tuesday, Dec. 3rd, 7-8:15pm

Mary Graydon Center Room 200

Justin Goforth, Director of Community Relations at the Whitman Walker Foundation will address the health effects of HIV/AIDS and challenges associated with treating this infection.
Ebony Johnson, The Policy and Advocacy Manager for The Women’s Collective, will address the effects of changes in public policy in regards to HIV/AIDS and how that has affected women, particularly women of color.

Point of Contact: Kandice Simmons

HIV/AIDS Testing

Friday, Dec. 6th, 12-3pm

next to the Student Health Center

Whitman-Walker Health will provide FREE HIV/AIDS testing for AU students. Keep an eye out for the mobile testing van on campus.

Point of Contact: Kandice Simmons

World AIDS Day Service Event

Saturday, Dec. 7th, 10am-2pm

2200 Rhode Island Avenue Northeast

Washington, DC

Volunteer with us at a Washington area HIV/AIDS advocacy organization. Space is limited to 25 participants. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit

Point of Contact: Donald Curtis

For more Information: or 202-885-3627