HIV/AIDS & Muslims: Ending the Denial

HIV/AIDS & Muslims: Ending the Denial
Event on 2017-07-24 09:00:00
Stigma and phobias surrounding HIV/AIDS are keeping HIV rates high in the Muslim community. As Muslims, it is our responsibility to educate ourselves to protect and empower ourselves, our family and our community. For HIV/AIDS workers, learn what Islam teaches about caring for the ill and vulnerable to better serve your Muslim clients. Join us for a much-need discussion on HIV/AIDS in the Muslim community led by prominent Muslim teachers, educators and advocates, including: Imam Al-Hajj Talib Abdur-Rashid and Sister Sua’ad, African/African-American Muslim Commission on AIDS Khadijah Abdullah, founder of RAHMA Imam Shair Abdul-Mani, Professor of Islam from Unification Theology Seminary Hager Shawkat, community advocate of Sauti Yetu for African Women Abdul-Wakil Muhammad, NYC Regional Chairman of Millati Islami    

at Project Farmhouse
76 East 13th Street
New York, United States



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