The Hornet Guide to World HIV Day 2016 Events

The Hornet Guide to World HIV Day 2016 Events

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The global LGBTQ community has claimed Dec. 1 as World AIDS Day since 1988. (Though the effort to change its name to World HIV Day has our support.) It’s a strong message for the world: On this day, we continue to reiterate the urgency for education, medical research and treatment for the virus. Cities from London to New York City have events to commemorate the big day. Here are just a few.


Get It On

A fusion of live performance, music and digital technology, Get It On is a feast for the eyes aimed at young people that educates as well as entertains. It takes place at the Artrix Arts Centre in Bromsgrove from Nov. 30 to Dec. 3.

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