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Positive Voices PostOn March 15, 2015 the PFLAG community event will be hosting a group called “Positive Voices.” They are 3 men who are living with HIV and AIDS. They educate and share their stories through song and personal stories. Positive Voices has presented programs in schools, houses of worship and many other venues throughout central Maryland and beyond, including Africa, reaching thousands of people, many of them through their relationship with the Steven Kaufman AIDS Outreach Project.

PFLAG meets regularly on 3rd Sunday of each month.
Time: 5 – 7 p.m
Location: St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 17 Bond St. (at the corner of Bond & Green Sts.), Westminster, MD 21157

Ample Parking is available on street and church parking lot or Bank Parking lot adjacent to the church.

Meetings are Free and open to the entire community.

Read Positive Voices’ “About Us” below to learn more:

For almost two decades, Kevin Clemons, Bill Redmond-Palmer, and Greg Satorie-Robinson have been “Positive Voices”. With others along the way, they have shared stories and songs about life, love, and remembrance, speaking openly and honestly about the realities of living with HIV and AIDS.

Positive Voices messages are a powerful wake up call for personal responsibility and action in care and prevention, avoiding high risk behaviors and promoting positive self-esteem. They present scientific facts and personal stories together with music that creates a strong connection with their listener’s hearts and minds. They convey messages of hope and inspiration to those living with HIV disease, and to those whose lives have been personally affected by this global tragedy.

Each member of Positive Voices has many personal achievements and has worked countless hours as community activists and advocates. Learn more about each of us here.

Positive Voices has presented programs in schools, houses of worship and many other venues throughout central Maryland and beyond, including Africa, reaching thousands of people, many of them through their relationship with the Steven Kaufman AIDS Outreach Project. Together and as individuals, Positive Voices strives to serve as a bold and powerful tribute to the memory and legacy of Steven Kaufman, and all those lost to HIV/AIDS.

For more  information, visit their website at http://www.pozvox.org/

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