Red Circle Project added 3 new photos.
Red Circle Project offered a departing prayer to close the "Not One More" transgender day of remembrance event last night, right before we took it to the streets for a peaceful march, escorted by LAPD. Definitely felt the power of community last night. Special thanks to Bahe for giving the prayer.
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos.
Fall feast 2015 , we had lamb chops and shared about things we are grateful to have in our lives!
Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). On this day we memorialize the lives of those lost in their path to living their truth, but we also remind ourselves of the work that needs to happen among the living, and how we need to continue to change hearts and minds. Rest in peace and love.
If you are in LA, we are meeting at the West Hollywood Library at 6pm for the TDOR event with speakers from the community, which will be followed by a march. Parking is available for free in the 5 story parking garage.
Great discussion today at UAII for their staff and friends discussing two Spirits and the LGBT community and how we as service providers, ally's, community members, family members, etc can contribute to the collective goal of making the world a safer environment for LGBT2S folks.
Red Circle Project added 7 new photos — with Mikaela Saelua.
Last night was definitely a night to remember. Thank you to the honorees and all the guests who came out, we felt the love.
Red Circle Project at L.A. City Hall Council Chambers.
RCP celebrating L.A.County's American Indian Heritage Month event!
Red Circle Project added 3 new photos.
We had a blast working with the LA Public Libraries this Fall screening the "Two Spirits" documentary. Here are some shots of our last screening at Playa Vista Branch Library where a majority of the crowd were elderly folks, and to our surprise many enjoyed the film and how it pushes the boundaries of gender, sexuality, and what it means to truly live in your truth. It was still a good night. Special thanks to Andrea and Tribal TANF for coming out!
Red Circle Project shared their photo.
Hey folks, friendly reminder that we are having our last screening in our RCP "Two Spirits" documentary tour through Los Angeles county today at the Playa Vista Branch Library. Come enjoy dinner and a movie with us! #datenight
TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE - NOV. 20
Event: West Hollywood Library
Who: Humans <3
Red Circle Project shared their event.
Come celebrate community with us! 😀😀😀😀
Participants in LA, we have some tickets for the Autry's American Indian Art's Marketplace on Saturday and Sunday, let us know if you want to go. You can reach us at 3233299905 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"After more than a decade, Tribal members soon will be able to marry with a Tribally issued marriage license in Tribal Court. Tribal Council approved a re-enactment of the Tribal Marriage Ordinance with amendments at its Wednesday, Oct. 28, meeting that will allow couples to marry in Tribal Court with a Tribal marriage license."
Red Circle Project updated their profile picture.
Think of the youth in your life. Perhaps it's your child, or your niece or nephew, whatever the case. Do you impose your own belief on them? Are you limiting their ability to flourish based on your own fears and prejudices? Or are you nourishing their uniqueness and pushing them along their own path to realizing their true self?
Mark your calendars, RCP Spirit of CommUNITY Awards are happening November 12, 2015. If you live in LA, we would love to have you there as we honor those who continue to support Red Circle Project and the work we do.
Red Circle Project shared their photo.
Dont forget, if you are in the area, we are screening "Two Spirits" at the Studio City Public Library today. Come out and enjoy and meal and film with us :)
Terri Jay shared a link to Red Circle Project's Timeline.
Red Circle Project added 3 new photos — at Pacoima Branch Library - Los Angeles Public Library.
Remembering Fred Martinez and exploring the two spirit identity here at our screening of the documentary "Two Spirits." This is the first of three screenings RCP is hosting in collaboration with the LA Public Library. Next week we'll be at the Studio City Public Library, if you're in the area come enjoy a meal and a great educational film with us!
"Cool, I'm a naadleh."
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos — at University of California, Los Angeles.
Talking about Mental Health in today's "Strengthening the Circle" workshop and learning about how to reduce risky sexual behavior.
"Swallow or spit, don't let it sit."
"I'm very proud to be an aboriginal person in this country and proud of the diversity that exists in Vancouver-Granville, and we need to ensure that diversity is reflected in the decisions, discussions and debates we have as a government."
Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/10/21/record-10-indigenous-candidates-elected-canadian-parliament-162161
Red Circle Project shared Transgender Service Provider Network's photo.
Job fair this Thursday!
Red Circle Project shared UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center's photo.
Join us for a reading of Larissa FastHorse's new play Urban Rez - this Friday 10/30 at 6pm or next Saturday 11/7 at 2pm.
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos.
Had a fun time yesterday at the American Indian Community Council Pow Wow, we were able to get people tested and give RCP shirts to those that did.
Over 2 yrs ago my photographer friend Pamela Peters started a project of documenting Native living in Los Angeles.
She is planning to start chapter two and need a little help.. this is going to be pretty amazing.. bigger than the first one... please share and if you can give a little donation it would help. I know fundraising is what many people are doing, but this is truly the only way Pamela is able to share our Native Stories and provide a true narrative of our existence in a clearer context.
Red Circle Project at University of California, Los Angeles.
HIV/STD 101 by RCP Prevention Training Specialist, Mikaela Saelua
Council Member Mitch O'Ferrell (13th District) is hosting a celebration for American Indian Heritage Month on Friday November 13th, 2015 at LA City Hall.
9:00 AM : VIP Reception
10:00 AM: Council Presentation in John Ferraro Council Chamber (Rm 340)
11:00 AM: Reception in the 3rd floor Rotunda
make sure to RSVP here: email@example.com
Red Circle Project added 3 new photos.
We are working in collaboration with three LA Public Libraries to put on screenings of the documentary "Two Spirits", a film that mourns the young Fred Martinez and the threatened disappearance of the two-spirit tradition, but also brims with hope and the belief that we are all enriched by two spirit people, and that all of us - regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or cultural background - benefit from being free to be our truest selves.
Our first screening is happening in Pacoima Branch Public Library on October 29, 2015 (next Thursday)! Come out, enjoy a movie and a meal with us. Following the screening will be a discussion with two spirit folks from RCP. Hope to see you there!
Awesome news for our Long Beach/San Pedro folks!
Meeting with the Cherokee Nation Tribal Registration for the one lady-attendee in question for our Red Circle Project meeting last Thursday. I have contact and a registration Application for Citizenship and instructions
RCP going through a writing workshop. Thank you Mikaela!
For more information,
please call (323) 848-6510
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Resume workshops and a networking workshop happening this month. If you need help putting together your resume or want some tips on how to impress a possibly employer, dont miss out on this free opportunity!
Hey Angelenos, we're having a fundraiser today at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Hollywood by the corner of Hollywood and La Brea. The generous folks at Buffalo Wild Wings have agreed to give us 25% of every tab where the customer mention AIDS Walk! So, if you are craving wings today, head on over to 7060 Hollywood Blvd to enjoy a delicious meal and support a worthy cause! #aidswalk
Jaiyah Saelua is an American Samoan international football player and the first transgender woman to compete in a men's FIFA World Cup qualifier. She is featured in the documentary "Next Goal Wins", a documentary about hope in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, and an object lesson in what it really means to be a winner in life. It is showing tomorrow (Friday, October 2, 2015) in Hermosa Beach. For tickets and a chance to meet Jaiyah, go to the website below. "Next Goal Wins" is also available on Netflix.
We will have two more focus group dates and have 10 spots open for each. The dates for these focus groups are: 10/06/15, & 10/20/15.
At the conclusion of each focus group, participants will receive a $50 gift card. Parking will also be validated.
For additional information or to reserve your space, please call our southern California Indian center office at (213) 387-5772 and ask for Ray Estrella (email@example.com) or Lise Hayden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
RCP member, Leland Morrill, speaking to his advocacy and activism at Tiospaye: Gathering to Honor and Build.
Although the nurse wrote “Sarah,” on his birth certificate, he answered to “Serious.”
From the age of two, Serious identified as male. At four, he noticed missing masculine body parts while walking around in his underwear.
Born and raised in Clarksdale, Mississippi, Serious was a loner from the beginning. He stayed away from most kids and hung out with his father, fishing, hunting and working on cars. His family considered him a “tomboy.”
Serious was in the fifth grade when he walked into the girl’s restroom at school and was attacked by a group of girls. Afterward, a girl involved in the assault walked past him and laughed. Another, not involved, smiled. Buried feelings of pain and frustration exploded and
led him to attack the second girl. He reported the incident and both
he and the girls were punished.
That experience pushed him deeper into the shadows of isolation.
A year later, his father died of heart failure. If that wasn’t enough
trauma to deal with in middle school, his mother died of Lupus
when he started high school. Serious and his much older brother, who
lived on-the-go, weren’t close.
Feeling in the way, Serious started drinking and partying with others who identified as gay. After high school, Serious learned to be a welder, then moved to Kansas in 2006 to reunite with his brother. In 2011, he relocated to Los Angeles with a girlfriend to attend film school, his dream. Initially, they lived in their car and in a hostile. Pooling resources allowed them to get an apartment and buy a
two-month old puppy named Kurrency, a lively Boxer Brindle.
Serious realized how much the dog meant to him after he was forced to give her to a neighbor. Later, he met up with Kurrency again at a train station and bought her from a homeless woman. He thought everything would work with Kurrency back in his life.
Serious received a 3.92 GPA at film school, but couldn’t acquire a degree because of outstanding debt. His dream evaporated.
Times were tight and jobs hard to come by and he wound up homeless. The relationship ended with his girlfriend, but they still
consider each other family. While sleeping in a park, Kurrency
stayed up all night protecting Serious. Serious credits the dog
with saving him; keeping his hopes up and getting him through the
Depressed, anxious and no longer able to function, Serious went to
Rio Hondo Mental Health Center in 2013 to get mental health treatment. His therapist, Arturo Escamilla, Psychiatric Social Worker,
helped Serious understand the impact of experiencing multiple traumas. Serious also realized that he’d been hiding a secret and
depressed his entire life.
“I’ve been broken--life has been bits and pieces—apart. I want to be whole. California has showed me a lot of pieces,” Serious said.
The LA Gay and Lesbian Center helped him officially change his name. Maricela Estrada, Medical Case Worker II at Rio Hondo, helped with targeted case management, referrals to Bell Shelter and the
eventual transition to permanent supportive housing. After many attempts, Maricela found housing for Serious and Kurrency at Mosaic
Gardens, an MHSA funded project in Huntington Park. Serious is happy to be housed, as is Kurrency, and stays active by writing with
plans to get an MFA. He is currently writing a book entitled “A Woman’s Pain.” When asked how he maintains recovery, Serious
noted it’s the simple things that make a difference. “I walked by an old woman being pushed in a wheelchair last night. I bowed my head to her and her whole face lit up. It was the biggest smile I’ve seen. I
think she was tired of being pushed around. It made my day.”
Now on the road to wellness and recovery, Serious stressed the importance of hope: “Hope means faith. I look at hope as strength
, it’s the only thing that keeps you alive, keeps you moving forward."
He looks forward to integrating into a community where he can grow and make a difference in others’ lives.
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health’s (LACDMH) Public Information Office (PIO) has taped another segment of its Emmy Award-winning series, Profiles of Hope.
This segment of the upcoming, long-awaited series will spotlight Michelle Enfield, a transgender woman who is a program coordinator/health educator with APLA and an advocate for the LGBTQ community in Los Angeles.
The Profiles of Hope series is made up of 10-minute inspirational stories, featuring individuals who share how they overcame stigma and various obstacles to eventually lead them to a road of Hope, Wellness and Recovery.
This latest round is part of a large anti-stigma and social inclusion campaign to create awareness, education and discussion about mental health.
Our campaign partners include Fraser Communications and Showreel Productions.
Michelle Enfield was born on the Navajo reservation in Fort Defiance, Arizona. She is a member of the Navajo Nation. At a young age, Enfield identified herself more as a female than as the male she was born. “I knew I was feminine–and there is a stigma attached to a person born male and feminine. I was ashamed. I was confused,” she
said. While her family didn’t treat her badly, they did make comments about the LGBTQ community. She knew being part of the LGBTQ community wasn’t something her family considered a good thing.
“I was in the sixth grade and got into my cousin’s makeup. I t put it on
lightly... I liked to look feminine and pretty,” she explained. From that
point on, Enfield unknowingly began the transition from male to female
. “When I transitioned, I didn’t know I did. I was putting my foot in front of the other. I think it was a long process.”
The process of transitioning involved many different stages, including taking hormones and legally changing names to Michelle. “Name change is empowering. It’s for you and how you want to view yourself,” stated Enfield.
Transitioning meant sharing her new name and gaining the acceptance she had been seeking from her mother. After fully transitioning to Michelle as an adult, she heard the
words she always wanted to hear from her mother. “She told me, ‘I’ve always been proud of you.’ When she said it, it reaffirmed what I knew.” Throughout her life, Enfield witnessed discrimination and hatred toward the transgender community. “Being trans is very challenging,” she said. “They are discriminated to the point that they are killed.” Enfield had to overcome her own personal obstacles
and battles. “Growing up I had to deal with a lot of experiences. I’ve had to deal with depression, anxiety and sleeplessness. I’ve gone
to therapy for years. I’m an advocate for therapy,” she stated.
Besides therapy, Enfield finds keeping busy helps her stay focused. She reads, goes to school and is learning to play the cello. It’s all part of her routine for happiness, health and wellness.
You’ll hear more about her story in the upcoming Profiles of Hope.
Michelle Enfield not only taped a Profiles of Hope segment but also a public service announcement (PSA) for LACDMH.
Rubecca Yep was a fierce advocate for equality for Transgender Women. We will be meeting at APAIT on Friday Oct 2nd from 6pm to 8pm. We will have a prayer and blessings, everyone is welcome to share their feelings read a poem etc. … we will have light refreshments so I hope you can join me to ensure our lives are celebrated… if you have any questions feel free to email/ call: Maria @ email@example.com (213)375-3830 ext. 1818
LOS ANGELES PEEPS ***THIS THURSDAY*** 8-10pm
FREE MOVIE EVENT: THE EXILES
at: Union Station- North Patio
800 North Alameda St,
Los Angeles, CA 90046
If you have not seen The Exiles, it's not only about Native Americans relocated to Los Angeles but there is great historical content within the movie about Bunker Hill as you've never seen it before on film.
Red Circle Project added 5 new photos — with Michelle A. Enfield and Mikaela Saelua.
RCP at "LOVE IS ALIVE." FREE In'n'Out burgers for first 200 youth!!!
Creating positive, supportive space for homeless youth. Raffles, activities, music and Red Circle Project! What more can you ask for??
Friendly reminder that group is happening today at 5:30pm, APLA Kingsley location, second floor in the "Founder's Room". See you there!
Red Circle Project at JWCH Institute, Inc..
Happy Global Female Condom Day! Debunking myths and negative attitudes towards the female condom @ the universal female condom workgroup.
Not enough data exists on the lived experiences of trans folks in the US, and this survey aims to change that. This survey is also special because it explores the intersectionality or race and being trans, so Native trans stories will be accounted for as their own specific group. For groups and organizations like us here at Red Circle Project, this data will help justify a need for funding when applying to grants to provide more services. For you personally, you get to share your story, possibly get compensated for it, and most importantly you get to help in this effort to get Native trans stories documented and Native trans services funded! If you are trans and have 30mins, please consider taking the 2015 US Trans Survey. [INCENTIVE: When you take the survey you're automatically placed in a lottery to win either $250 or $500]
Red Circle Project shared United American Indian Involvement, Inc.'s photo.
If you plan on going, stop by and say hi, we'll be tabling during the Health Fair!
Anyone in LA interested in doing the LAPD LGBT Community Police Academy?
Meet every Thursday 6-9pm, Olympic Community Police Station. STARTS TOMORROW, they still have a few spots left to fill.
There are various presentations, including narcotics enforcement, domestic violence, biased policing, youth programs, community relations and the role of Internal Affairs. The class will participate in a tour of the LAPD Academy as well as the Communications facility. The academy will culminate with a graduation ceremony on Thursday, November 5th, 2015, wherein students will be awarded their Certificates of Completion.
Red Circle Project shared CBC News's video.
If you haven't heard, #ashelyburnham, the newly crowned Mrs. Universe is a First Nations woman from the Enoch Cree Nation. Watch her use her new platform to educate the world on First Nations issues and concerns. #fiercefirstnationswoman #mrsuniverse #indigenous
Red Circle Project with Kenneth Ray Ramos.
Always an honor presenting the "Two Spirit History and Etymology" presentation for Retention of American Indians Now! Thank you for having us!
AIDS Project Los Angeles - APLA AIDS Walk Los Angeles Kickoff with a friendly game of "Family Feud."
AIDS Walk is October 11, 2015. Go to APLA.org to sign up!
Native American Job Fair on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at the Heard Museum from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Job Fair is free to attend for Job seekers. Over a hundred jobs available. Job seekers should bring their resumés and be ready for job interviews from over 20 different businesses and organizations taking part in this Job Fair.
Just finished a night of story telling @ group. Tonight we were joined by Cornerstone Theater Company, an LA based theater group dedicated to accurately portraying the stories of various communities living in the U.S. Their next project will focus on Native peoples, so they came to group to hear our stories, the stories of Native LGBT/Two Spirit peoples.
Red Circle Project feeling excited.
The Red Circle Project is pleased to announce the hiring of Mikaela Saelua as our new Prevention Training Specialist! Mikaela is Samoan and was born and raised in the village of Leone, American Samoa. She moved to Los Angeles to pursue higher education at UCLA, where she earned her BA in Political Science in 2013. While at UCLA she was actively involved with the Pacific Islander Student Association (PISA) and American Indian Student Association (AISA), two organizations that naturally came together due to the various similarities in cultural, spiritual, political, and social values that exist between the Pacific Islander and Native community. In 2009 she became involved with Red Circle Project, and today we are excited to have her as a part of the Red Circle Project Team!
REMINDER: Group is happening TODAY at 3550 Wilshire Blvd. Ste. 300 (3rd floor) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Red Circle Project's Coordinator facilitating a trans* sensitivity training (with Native concepts of gender and roles thrown into the mix) for Positive Steps, a recovery center looking to increase their knowledge of trans* peoples in order to better service their trans* clients. Thumbs up to the service providers actively trying to grow their consciousness in order to offer better service to all their clients. 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
How has your tribe reacted towards the SCOTUS ruling?
"I heard that one reason the Spaniards were so brutal with the Indians they met is because Two Spirit people had places of honor in our societies. Today many of our own people have accepted this colonial, Christianity-induced homophobia as a Native value. I wish I had seen more Native communities leading the charge for marriage equality, recognizing and remembering our old ways."
Now that marriage equality is won, perhaps we should shift our focus towards addressing the daunting number of queer homeless youth in America. Or the war being waged against trains women of color.
Red Circle Project shared Soy Homosensual's video.
With the National Advisory Board, T+ has designed a community-driven survey, available in English and Spanish, to examine the legal and policy landscape as experienced by transgender women and men living with HIV/AIDS in various states and regions. The findings will ultimately inform the prioritization of needs, strategic planning and advocacy efforts. If you identify as transgender/two spirit, please take a few moments to fill out the survey.
"The two documents are more similar than dissimilar, with the updated NHAS reflecting strides made in the fight against HIV during the last five years. The four main goals of the original NHAS are still intact: to reduce new infection, to increase access to care for people living with HIV (PLWHIV), to reduce HIV-related health disparities and inequities, and to achieve a more coordinated national response."
"This spring, the head of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah was stripped of her position by fellow council members after she accepted perks from the foundation (including a football signed by Robert Griffin III) and allowed the organization to pay for her and family members to attend a game in D.C."
“The first thing they said to me is, ‘We want a transgender person on this show,’” Cassata told Billboard. “They don’t want a singer and transgender; they want someone that’s transgender and a singer, and that’s not the right reason to go on the show. So now I’m ‘contemporary enough’ because being trans is such a hot-button issue in the media right now.”
"However, I was with my ex-girlfriend, and as we passionately made our bodies and lips into one on the dancefloor, it wasn’t my look that was turning people’s heads. It was the juxtaposition of my femme presentation with the clear fact that I was getting hot and heavy with a woman."
"Recently, Her, a dating app for lesbians and non-hetero women in general, analysed 85,000 of their profiles. They found that, since they launched two years ago, the number of women who identify as lesbian has decreased by almost 20 per cent – falling from 64 per cent to 45 per cent."
"The nation's largest sponsor of Boy Scout units said it was deeply troubled by the decision that it said was inconsistent with the church's teachings and the traditional values of the Boy Scouts. The policy change allows church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons."
"They are less afraid about being infected by HIV and this makes things very difficult. The education and information should be adapted to this evolution. It has not been perfect. The campaigns should take into consideration that it's a treatment for life, there is a proportion of treatment, after many years, that develop complications, and there are co-morbidities. "
"Both papers suggest contradictory interpretations of a new perplexing find: some remote populations living in the South American Amazon share a strong genetic connection with the indigenous peoples of Australasia and Melanesia — the regions of Oceania containing Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, and its surrounding islands. "
"HCSO spokesman Larry McKinnon said the agency does not have policies regarding the treatment of transgender people but that it does not discriminate against anyone. He said he would not comment on how the agency chooses to identify victims, suspects or witnesses in cases involving transgender issues."
"I had my first sexual experience when I was 8 with a girl, but I never really thought of it as "bad" or "gay" or even unusual."
"At its worst, the predatory-conversion trope is simply offensive to lesbian women; at its least-worst, is just a realisation of how difficult it can be to navigate queer identity in a still-homophobic society. "
"The fact that you cannot make a genetic male sexually attracted to another male by raising him as a girl makes any social theory of sexuality very weak."
SkinsPlex is showing Shawn Imitates Dog's film this month online. TWO SPIRITS ONE JOURNEY starring Alex Meraz and DeLanna Studi. Click on the link to sign up for free and watch the film.
"“We can’t lose sight of the fact that more than half of the people living with HIV still do not have access to treatment. In some countries where we work, HIV treatment coverage is as low as 17%, which stands in stark contrast to the UNAids goal of 90% treatment coverage, and much more attention needs to be paid to these neglected contexts,” Lynch said."
"The state’s Native tribes consented to keeping the artwork up as long as the plaques were installed, but a debate about the murals’ presence has sprung up once again. And in response to the latest dispute, Preservation Idaho submitted a letter to the University of Idaho asking that the art remain on display — using Idaho’s history to justify the murals’ presence."
"Carter made the announcement in a memo outlining a pair of directives to both study the effect of transgender service men and women over the next sixth months, as well as adding the new protocol that any personnel diagnosed with gender dysphoria or who identify as transgender will have their paperwork for dismissal from the military reviewed at the highest personnel levels in DOD."
"And when security staff asked the couple to stop kissing, one eyewitnesses report that ‘Two straight guys came up and publicly supported the girls by kissing each other in public."
"Banks, a who identifies himself as a Christian, claims his civil rights were violated because he was fired Aug. 4, 2014, after speaking up in defense of his religious beliefs. He accused Ford of "endorsing and promoting sodomy.""
Red Circle Project with Jennifer Varenchik.
Wellness Matters, You Matter!
Thank you AICC and community member, Jennifer, for a great event...
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"Pride is not simply saying to ourselves, “We did a good job” and stopping there. It’s a cumulative thing—a result of working hard, making sure what we’re doing is having a positive impact, and continuing to improve and strive for more. Pride is a group effort. Together, we make great things happen and we are strong. We loved feeling that at our recent celebrations, and we’ll keep it with us as we move forward.
We wish you all have a safe and happy summer and hope you’ll join us for AIDS Walk in the fall. Registration is already open at la.aidswalk.net!"
- Vallerie Wagner, COO, APLA Health & Wellness
- 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, June 20, 2015 – Celebrating All Life & Creation Pow Wow
- 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, September 12, 2015 – Indian Day
- 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, September 17, 2015 – September Group
- 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm, September 26, 2015 – Tiospaye
- 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, September 26, 2015 – APLA Health and Wellness Aids Walk Fundraiser
- 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, October 3, 2015 – AIDS Walk Fundraiser
- 8:00 am – 12:00 pm, October 8, 2015 – HIV/AIDS Action Summit
- 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, October 11, 2015 – AIDS Walk
- 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, October 15, 2015 – October Group
- 8:00 am – 10:00 pm, October 24, 2015 – AICC Pow Wow