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World AIDS Day 2012 events in Grand Rapids

November 26, 2012

There are several opportunities to learn about the issue of HIV/AIDS and what work is being done, both locally and nationally, at events in Grand Rapids beginning on December 1st.

World AIDS Day 2012 – The community to Reflect, React and Rejoices

Saturday, December 1


Fountain St. Church – 24 Fountain St., Grand Rapids

An evening of music and dance, along with information tables with resources available in West Michigan for HIV/AIDS. For more information go to

World AIDS Day – featuring Jake Mossop

Saturday, December 1


Wealthy Theater 1130 Wealthy St. SE

The Grand Rapids Red Project is pleased to be welcoming Jake Mossop, from television’s “1 girl 5 gays,” to join us for an interactive discussion on the state of HIV/AIDS in the world today. For more information go to

World AIDS Day at GVSU

Monday, December 3

Pew Campus:

noon: Todd Heywood — Criminalization of HIV/AIDS – 136E DeVos

2pm: Pam Lynch — Harm Reduction – 136E DeVos

6:00pm — How to Survive a Plague (film) – Loosemore Auditorium

Allendale campus:

noon: How to Survive a Plague (film) – Grand River Room – Kirkhof Center

All events are free and open to the public. For more information call 331-2530.

United in Anger – film

Wednesday, December 5


UICA – 2 West Fulton, Grand Rapids

Members free, non-members $5

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 30, 2012 4:15 pm

    Great compilation! Thank you for pulling all this information together.

  2. November 30, 2012 4:16 pm

    thank you for organizing some of it!

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