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Be a Leader in the Fight Against Black HIV/AIDS
January 25, 2010
Leadership in the Black HIV/AIDS community is vital to the mobilization of Black people and institutions towards ending the devastating impact of HIV and AIDS. The African American HIV University (AAHU) Community Mobilization College (CMC) is an intensive program that builds organizational capacity and individual leadership skills to change the trajectory of this epidemic in Black communities. This is a historic and necessary mission.
By the end of the fellowship AAHU CMC, organizations and their Fellows will be stewards of a living, breathing mobilization campaign which they have visualized, cultivated, and shepherded. In addition, attendees will have the skill set and networks to do it all again.
Download your application today to be a part of the next cadre of leaders in the fight against AIDS in Black America. Click here to download the application instructions
This article was provided by Black AIDS Institute. Visit Black AIDS Institute's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
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