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HBCU b Healthy Tour Hits the Road!

September 6, 2011

HBCU b Healthy Tour Hits the Road!

Greater Than AIDS and b Condoms are teaming up this fall to bring HIV awareness to the mid-Atlantic, South, and Southeast through the HBCU b Healthy Tour. The HBCU b Healthy Tour aims to inspire, unite, and leverage attendance at HBCU campuses, football classics, and homecomings to promote health and wellness, raise awareness about health disparities, and encourage testing for illnesses that are common within minority communities.

In addition to providing information and giveaways at each stop, four of the stops on the tour will feature the Deciding Moments Photobooth and panel discussions about the impact of HIV/AIDS on minority communities and the actions that can be taken to help change the course of the epidemic. Learn more about the HBCU b Healthy Tour on Facebook!

HBCU Classic Tour Stops:

September 3 (Norfolk, VA): Norfolk State University v. Virginia State University
September 9-10 (Washington, DC): Morehouse College v. Howard University
September 16-17 (Columbia, SC): Benedict College v. Shaw University
September 24 (East Rutherford, NJ): Howard University v. Morgan State University

HBCU Homecoming Tour Stops:

October 8 (Lincoln, PA): Lincoln University
October 14-15 (Greensboro, NC): North Carolina A&T University
October 21-22 (Atlanta, GA): Morehouse College & Spelman College




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