• Black Lives Matter

    Empowerment Black Lives Matter / HIV and Historical Trauma Join us for an all day Educational conference on “Generational Trauma – a barrier to knowing our HIV status”. Friday, September 30, 2016 at 9am-3pm. Hosted at: Church in the City-Beth Abraham 1580 Gaylord Street (Enter on the 16th Street Entrance) For more information please call: Corinthiah: 303-320-1989 […]

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  • Women’s AIDS Project Newsletter

    The Women’s AIDS Project (WAP) provides care and prevention services to women who are living with HIV/AIDS, or who are at risk for HIV infection. The WAP team has started a newsletter that will feature information related to HIV prevention, living well with HIV/AIDS, and related activities in the community. In the future, we will feature […]

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  • Campaign of Empowerment Women for Nonviolence

    We recognize, as women, our work is just beginning as we come together to raise consciousness and discuss the significance of gender in violence.  The gut-wrenching suffering in the wake of verbal violence (frightening, intimidating words and gestures), domestic violence, child abuse, sexual and physical assault (encompassing rape and murder), neglect, all pornography (on and […]

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