National Black Justice Coalition Convening - Black Lives: Black America's Response to the HIV AIDS Epidemic
On Friday and Saturday, February 3-4, 2017 the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) — in collaboration with the National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition, SisterLove, National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network and The Global Network of Black People Working in HIV — convened Black HIV and AIDS policy experts for a two-day meeting with the goal of shaping Black America’s HIV and AIDS health policy agenda for the Donald J. Trump Administration. This historic convening was held in Washington, DC.
Khafre Kujichagulia Abif attended on behalf of the Black bisexual+ community. Special thanks to Dr. Herukhuti for his assistance bringing this event to fruition.
"I left the National Black Justice Coalition, Summit of Black Lives, Black America’s Response to the HIV Epidemic excited at the possibilities to reach deeper into the collective Black communities across this country. The approach of fight, push back and making changes in the rates of infection in Black America by developing a Black Family Imitative which will regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation or socio-economics status focus on the “collective community” fighting this battle together." ~Khafre
Khafre Kujichagulia Abif and Rep.Maxine Waters
Rep. Barbara Lee
Thank You Khafre for representing our community!