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UK Group to Hold Forum on HIV/AIDS in
African-American Community

By Brad Duncan

 

Panel members will include Sonja Feist-Price, associate professor in the UK Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling and a researcher in HIV prevention among persons at greatest risk; Mark Johnson, an educator with AIDS Volunteers of Kentucky; and Annette Brooks, board member of AIDS Volunteers of Kentucky.

 

Jan. 30, 2003 (Lexington, Ky.) -- The University of Kentucky Black Graduate and Professional Student Association will hold a forum on the spread and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the African-American community 6-8 p.m., Jan. 30, in 230 UK Student Center.

Panel members will include Sonja Feist-Price, associate professor in the UK Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling and a researcher in HIV prevention among persons at greatest risk; Mark Johnson, an educator with AIDS Volunteers of Kentucky; and Annette Brooks, board member of AIDS Volunteers of Kentucky. Pam Woodrum, a sexual health educator from University Health Services, also will be on hand with information on sexually transmitted diseases and related statistics.

Contact person at the forum is Rashada Alexander.


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