HIV & FAITH

 
About the series:

HIV and Faith:  Strengthening the Engagement of Faith to End the Epidemic

This series, developed by the US HIV and AIDS Faith Coalition (USHAFC), will explore the engagement of faith leaders and faith communities toward ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It will feature conversations addressing the intersections of race, class, gender, sex, sexuality, and religion in the HIV response and offer insights, best practices, strategies, and vision for ending the epidemic. The event will center the voices of people with lived experience, commentary of faith actors from multiple faith traditions and practices, and HIV practitioners who have been engaged in HIV/AIDS response.


Past Webinars:

Monday, November 16
[Video links coming soon.]
11th International Stigma Conference – Faith Day
Session 1: HIV & Faith: Healing the Divide
Presenters: Khadijah Abdullah and Dr. Ulysses Burley III
 
Session 2: Reaching Vulnerable Communities
A Conversation with Erica Poellot and Rev. Michael Crumpler
Moderator: Ulysses Burley III
Responders: Kamal and Orisha Bowers
 
Session 3: Framework for Dialogue between Religious Leaders and People Living with HIV, a tool for dialogue and joint action to reduce and eliminate stigma.
Moderator: Rev. Michael Schuenemeyer
Presenters: Arthur Butler, Ari Hampton, Shantel Maurice, and Felix and Paula Sirls
 
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
HIV Faith Coalitions Then and Now
A Conversation with Jesse Milan and Rabbi Denise Eger
    Moderator: Ulysses Burley III
    Responders: Rabbi Howard Berman and Rev. Dr. David Williams
[Video link coming soon.]
 
Sunday, August 30, 2020
National Faith HIV & AIDS Awareness Day,
A Conversation with Khadijah Abdullah and Rev. Edwin C. Sanders
    Moderator: Ulysses Burley III
    Responders: Bhikkhu Sāgarānanda Tien and Vanessa Johnson
https://youtu.be/GwSTlYpaJZo 
 
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Prayer and Engaging the Black Church,
A Conversation with Pernessa Seele and Cary Goodman
This webinar series kicked-off with a conversation between long-time HIV activists Pernessa Seele and Cary Goodman of the Balm in Gilead. Pernessa is the founding CEO of the Balm and Cary has served for many years as the Balm’s Program Director. They will talk about the impact of the National Week of Prayer for the Healing of HIV and their vision for the role of the Black Church for ending the epidemic.
https://youtu.be/5Uyu3A0uLGI

Thank you to our sponsors:

 Logo for ViiV Healthcare               
 
To become a sponsor contact: hivfaithcoalition@gmail.com

About the US HIV & AIDS Faith Coalition

The US HIV & AIDS Faith Coalition is composed of people of faith, faith leaders, people living with HIV, and people working in the HIV and AIDS response working together to develop and implement strategies to strengthen the faith response to HIV toward ending the epidemic.