UNMC to Host Black HIV & AIDS Awareness Event

This post highlights an upcoming event that is a part of UNMC’s celebration of Black History Month. For a complete list of the month’s celebrations and educational events, see this UNMC Newsroom article.

What: Come join us for an educational evening to learn about HIV & AIDS in the black community. This event, sponsored by the UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Community Wellness Collaborative, Office of Inclusion, and the Nebraska AIDS Project, will feature wisdom from Dr. Precious Davis, director of the community collaborative academy, and Darryl Brown Jr., senior director of programs and advocacy at Black & Pink National and a board member at the Nebraska AIDS Project. Food, beverages, and light music with a live DJ will complement this evening of education.

When: Friday, February 16th, from 6pm-8pm

Where: The UNMC and Nebraska Medicine Community Wellness Collaborative

(2120 N. 29th St., Suite 200)

Note: Registration for this event is preferred (link, proceed to ‘View All Events’ or use the QR code to the left), but walk-ins are also welcome!

More info about the Community Wellness Collaborative at UNMC: The Community Wellness Collaborative is a nonclinical, educational and community-serving space created in partnership with Nebraska Medicine and UNMC, located in Omaha’s Highlander development. The Community Wellness Collaborative is dedicated to engaging individuals and groups and connecting them with health resources.

The Collaborative offers:

  • Health resources
  • Space for collaboration
  • Education programming around health and wellness
  • Guidance for people interested in careers in health care

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