Closing Reception for "[choice] Life Over AIDS"


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For several months, the Caritas Village has been spreading the word about HIV prevention and treatment options through an art show, film screenings, and bus stop advertising in the "[choice]" Life Over AIDS" campaign.

On Saturday, December 18th from 4 to 6 p.m., the Caritas Village hosts the closing reception for the campaign's group art exhibition, which features works by Frank D. Robinson, Chandler Pritchett, Marcellous Lovelace, Judith Dierkes, and others. The works in this juried show are intended to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of HIV/AIDS.

At 5 p.m., there will be a screening of local actor Phil Darius Wallace's Love Choice, a film about a man whose HIV-positive status leads him to lose his job and consider suicide. But the situation also brings a new woman into his life.

For more information about the "[choice] Life Over AIDS" campaign, check out the website. Caritas Village is located at 2509 Harvard.


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