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CommuniTEA: A Chat with Author & HIV Activist Diane Reeve
Tuesday, Jun 13, 2017
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Location: Galerstein Gender Center, SSB 4.300

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In this CommuniTEA, Diane Reeve, HIV Activist and author of Standing Strong: The inspiring Story of An Unlikely Sisterhood and the Court Case the Made History, shares her personal story and how it directed her path to speaking out on HIV advocacy.

Diane Reeve has been called "the new face of HIV." Her compelling, inspirational story has been viewed by millions, including Oprah and 20/20, and has been the subject of magazine and newspaper articles worldwide. Her efforts to bring a predator to justice while maintaining a support group of survivors spurred her to a life of HIV advocacy.

As a 7th degree black belt, she lives female empowerment and is a popular motivational speaker on overcoming obstacles. She educates to reduce stigma and victim blaming.

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Narcely Ruiz, 972-883-6555
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