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World Aids Day: The Living Red Ribbon

The School of Community Health and Policy is honored to have been the academic host of the events that took place on Morgan’s campus on December 1st in observance of World AIDS Day. With leadership from Dr. Lorece Edwards, Associate Professor in the Public Health Program Department of Behavioral Health Science and Tom Bonderenko of the non-profit organization Moveable Feast, Morgan State University was able to serve as the host site for the B’More Aware HIV Living Red Ribbon Event. The logistical feat was accomplished through a network of people from across the city planning and then coming together, arrayed in red ponchos, to successfully form “The Living Red Ribbon.”

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