Empowerment through Brotherhood
Created in response to the lack of closed spaces for Black and Afro-Latino gay and bisexual men living with HIV, BLAQ+ Talks is a series of roundtables and forums hosted in cities around the country experiencing high rates of HIV transmission amongst Black and Afro-Latino gay and bisexual men.
BLAQ+ Talks strives to address barriers to care and treatment adherence. By providing emotional support, health education, and platform for identifying the unmet needs and gaps in services for people living with HIV.
BLAQ+ Talks is a national initiative designed to create a safe space for BLAQ men living with HIV to foster brotherhood and community building, and to discuss disparities in care and prevention. Joins us at this year's Saving Ourselves Symposium in Jackson, Mississippi on June 9th for a night of brotherhood, love, and empowerment. This evening reception, is a safe and closed space promoting brotherhood and a celebration of the Black queer experience and resiliency. REGISTER NOW! SPACES ARE LIMITED.