World AIDS Day Nashville 2010 at the Belcourt

I don’t think that anyone can get away with saying that AIDS is not a serious problem. We may think of it as something that happens in developing nations in Africa, but it still affects countless people in the United States, even in Nashville.

World AIDS Day seeks to bring attention and awareness to AIDS in Nashville. Tonight at the Belcourt, starting at 6pm World AIDS Day will present One City, Many Nations. It will be a special night of performances honoring those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee and around the World. This “multimedia presentation” will involve live theater, dance, and film.

There will also be a lot of information there. They will provide up-to-date information on the latest HIV developments and local resources as well as free HIV tests. There will also be door prizes. I know, I just didn’t really know where else in this article I would mention the door prizes…

Again, this event is tonight, December 1st at the Belcourt.

-Emily

Emily

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