According to the Center of Disease Control there are over 1.2 million people living with HIV or AIDS in the United States. Each year over 55,000 Americans, half under the age of 25, are infected. It is estimated that one out of every five individuals of those living with HIV or AIDS, do not know they are infected.

DOES HIV LOOK LIKE ME? is presented by an individual living with HIV or AIDS. The Talent shares an educational HIV and AIDS 101, their story of being diagnosed and living with the disease and always time for questions and answers. The Talent offers a personal connection to college students by sharing their unique perspective and the realities of their own life of living, not dying, with the disease.

Hope’s Voice provides the GET CONNECTED handout, GET FEEDBACK survey and a glossy electronic promotional kit. The kit is a fantastic tool to promote the event and bring awareness to the campus and community.

DOES HIV LOOK LIKE ME? encourages college students to know their status and end stigma and discrimination against those living with the disease—all without using fear.

MEET THE TALENT
CHELSEA WHITE

CHRISTINA ROCK

JANINE BRIGNOLA

KELLY GLUCKMAN

KEVIN FLETCHER

LOLISA GIBSON

MARVELYN BROWN

TODD MURRAY

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