On Monday, March 18th hear from a group of intrepid youth who dispel myths and challenge HIV-related stigma, one digital story at a time, through our Youth HIV Project Prevention, Engagement, Action & Knowledge (PEAK).
Join us for a free screening of our stories from youth that explore how HIV has affected their lives, followed by an interactive discussion with the storytellers.
Imagine Cinemas Carton
20 Carlton Street, Toronto, ON
1:00pm – 2:30pm
ASL interpretation will be provided upon request.
If you are between the ages of 13-29 or a service provider in a youth-focused agency and would like more info on this event, please contact Raejeanne: email@example.com or 416.898-5165
To register please visit our Eventbrite page: goo.gl/eRTVHz
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