NOTICE: This event is being postponed until February 2022. From the organizers:
“knowing this last days of the year could be busy for most of us, and due to some complications with our panelists schedules, we decided to postpone our event Black Men’s Health to the last days of February, 2022, to have it as part of the activities to commemorate the Black History Month. We will post on our website, our social media and with our networks all the new details to the event. Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for the inconveniences this could cause”.
We will update with a new date as soon as possible.
The AIDS Network, in partnership with Black CAP and Urban Core Community Health Centre invite you to participate in our Black Men’s Health virtual workshop. The goal of this event is to create a safe space for dialogue and understanding addressing topics like sexuality, racism, oppression, mind awareness and migration and how they affect the ability or the chances of black men to access services and involvement with the community in Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant.
Orvile Burke, GBMSM Engagement Coordinator with Black CAP
Jude Nnamchi, Primary Health Care Manager, Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre
Savoy Williams, community member
Join us on December 2nd 2-4pm on Zoom.
Register via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/black-mens-health-tickets-208624560677 or email Nomvelo, The AIDS Network’s African Caribbean Community Outreach Worker at firstname.lastname@example.org