bhmvaOur Black History Month programs are movements. BHMVA director, Tasha Chambers, just wrapped up an interview with Diversity Richmond's, Rodney Lofton (pictured), long-time activist on LGBTQ issues affecting people of color. As an ally of the #LGBTQ community, BHMVA recognizes the important contributions of this community, such as those of Alice Walker, James Baldwin and so many more, who impacted our lives through their activism and art. Also, we MUST address how, disproportionately, HIV/AIDS is killing the Black LGBTQ community and black women. Join us Feb. 7 @bhmva for United Voices: Raising Awareness through Song & Word: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day United Voices will add a voice and face to those living with HIV/AIDS in the African-American community. In their own words, persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS will share stories of triumph and overcoming adversity. 7 p.m.; Free. In partnership with Diversity Richmond. Contact Rodney Lofton for more information at (804) 622-4646 ext. 203. #weareourbrotherskeepers #weareoursisterskeepers #HIV #AIDS #activism #diversityrichmond #lgbtq #anewkindofmuseum #notalk #justwork #bhmva #love 🏳️🌈
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