"Stimulate Your Mind" series challenges common stereotypes
- December 4, 2012 5:00am
The ASI Diversity Center presents Stimulate Your Mind, a new campus discussion series covering all the 'hot' topics in the Pioneer community.
On Tuesday, Dec. 4., the discussion will be around HIV stigma. What is HIV Stigma? Who is affected by HIV and who is depicted when the topic of HIV is brought up? Join the conversation at 4pm in the Diversity Center.
Visit the event Facebook page for more information.
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