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A Night of Red- New Paradigms of Grief & Healing

How have the past few years shifted how we grieve, grow, and connect? What might the future hold for our collective and individual healing?
Join us for our annual arts & culture kick-off event for AIDS Awareness Week, the Night of Red!
While our communities continue to navigate complex layers of grief, isolation, health struggles, and questions about the future; all while being reminded of those who we’ve lost over the months, years, and decades gone by, we have all been changed by this past year.
How have the impacts of the pandemic changed us individually and collectively? What ways did our communities find to grieve against all odds before, and what can we learn from them about how we continue to navigate these trying times? How might the ways that we come together to grieve, to grow, and to heal look different in the coming months and years?
Join us for engaging discussions, interactive digital community art displays, and a gathering of community to find new ways forward together.
This event is being hosted online
– individuals will need access to reliable internet using a video-conferencing compatible device (such as a smart phone, tablet, or laptop).
– live transcription will be available, however we are not able to provide ASL interpreters for this event

Please register for this event at the link below!

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