It's HIV/AIDS Awareness Week!

HIV/AIDS Week is Monday, November 28 - Friday, December 2. Get tested for free, view the AIDS Quilt, learn about the history of HIV/AIDS and the LGBTQ Community, and more!


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28

  • FREE RAPID HIV TESTING
    University Health Center from 9AM - 5PM
    Confidential, free HIV testing. Know your status! Provided by La Casa de Don Pedro.

  • GETTING TO 0: A RADICAL HISTORY OF HIV & AIDS
    University Hall 1020 from 8:30PM - 10PM
    Learn about the history and stigma of HIV and AIDS in America. This session will also cover medical and social advances that are helping to decrease stigma and increase livelihood for people who are HIV positive

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29

  • FREE RAPID HIV TESTING
    University Health Center from 9AM - 5PM
    Confidential, free HIV testing. Know your status! Provided by La Casa de Don Pedro.

  • SEX TOY BINGO
    Student Recreation Center from 7PM - 9PM
    Play BINGO, learn all about safer sex practices, how to properly clean toys, the pros and cons of sex toys and materials, and dispel myths with facts! You could even win some sex toys!

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30

  • SEX-POSITIVE ACTIVISM IN AN EPIDEMIC
    Student Center Ballrooms at 6PM
    Is it possible to be an AIDS activist without demonizing sex? Wayne Hoffman, award-winning author of the novels Hard and An Older Man, and co-editor of the anthology Policing Public Sex: Queer Politics and the Future of AIDS Activism, says YES. Join us for a discussion on how the changing nature of the AIDS epidemic has affected how we think about sex, politics, and public health.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 - WORLD AIDS DAY

  • AIDS QUILT VIEWING
    Student Center Ballroom C from 9AM - 5PM
    Stop by Ballroom C to view 4 panels for the AIDS Quilt.

  • SILENCE = DEATH
    Student Center Lobby from 12PM - 2PM
    Stop by our table in the Student Center Lobby to get a button and learn about HIV/AIDS and activism.


ADDITIONAL RECURRING EVENTS:


This year's HIV/AIDS AWARENESS WEEK is made possible by: 
Montclair State University — the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Center, Office of Equity and Diversity, The Holocaust,Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project, Theta Delta Sigma, Society, Inc., Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, the College of Education and Human Services, the University Health Center, the Office of Health Promotion, The ADP Center for Learning Technologies, Campus Recreation, Web of Life, the LGBTQ Advisory Board, the Psychology Department, and the Student Center; and La Casa de Don Pedro