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Through Positive Eyes: Live ‘Artivist’ Storytelling

This real-time, interactive presentation of Through Positive Eyes will invite you to confront stigma and build empathy for the resilient spirit of those facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Local ‘artivists’ (artist + activists) Hugo & Julene will share their personal stories about living with HIV, and encourage participants to join the efforts to banish stigma – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment.

Indigenous Voices: Ending HIV Stigma Through Storytelling & Drag

Join Urban Indian Health Institute and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center for an hour of drag performance, storytelling, and discussions that amplify voices on Indigenous sexual health. Learn from artivist (artist + activist) Bill Hall (Tlingit) as he shares about his lived experiences with HIV with photos captured for the Discovery Center’s exhibition, Through Positive Eyes. Indigenous drag queens Eartha Quake (Navajo) and Landa Lakes (Chickasaw) will present Urban Indian Health Institute's new short film, “Indigenizing Safe Sex with Glitz, Glam, and Honest Aunties," before joining Bill for an empowering conversation on gender, stigma, and the intersections of identity and wellness. Abigail Echo-Hawk (Pawnee), Director of Urban Indian Health Institute and Executive Vice President of Seattle Indian Health Board, will moderate.   You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn how you can take action for Indigenous wellness.

Through Positive Eyes: Live Artivist Storytelling

This real-time, interactive presentation of Through Positive Eyes will invite you to confront stigma and build empathy for the resilient spirit of those facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Local ‘artivists’ (artist + activists) Kelly H. and Edward will share their personal stories about living with HIV, and encourage participants to join the efforts to banish stigma – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment.

Through Positive Eyes: Live ‘Artivist’ Storytelling

This real-time, interactive presentation of Through Positive Eyes will invite you to confront stigma and build empathy for the resilient spirit of those facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Local ‘artivists’ (artist + activists) Alora, Kelly G.will share their personal stories about living with HIV, and encourage participants to join the efforts to banish stigma – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment.

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