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Trailer For The Harlem AIDS Forum 2 DVD

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Sunday, February 13, 2011

The Harlem AIDS Forum 2

I would like to thank all of you who attended the Harlem AIDS Forum 2. Based on all of the positive feedback I have received, the event was a huge success. The audience heard a wide ranges of view points on the subject of HIV/AIDS. Most of the information, the majority of the audience had never heard before. The speakers gave powerful, heartfelt presentations. There was even an African ritual performed in which the entire audience embraced each other and chanted together. The energy was very powerful and positive.

Those of you who attended, feel free to post your comments about the event.

1 comment:

  1. I participated in the Harlem HIV-AIDS Forum (as a speaker/panelist) and was impressed with the breath and depth of the speakers and the overall program arrangement itself. All aspects of HIV-AIDS information was covered, for both the well versed attendee to anyone who had no knowledge of the scourge of AIDS. The information was thorough and diverse. For example, although most of the numerous speakers/panelist agreed that AIDS drugs are detrimental, it wasn't the only view presented. The premise that HIV does not lead to AIDS (for one reason because HIV has NOT been isolated as a virus by any medical or scientific means; therefore strongly indicating that it does not exist), was well articulated with fact based substantiation. Tommy Morrison (former Heavy Weight Boxing Champ) gave an enlightening testimony about misdiagnosis of HIV. Numerous HIV-AIDS support groups were represented. Doctors and scientists spoke from empirical data about the truth of HIV-AIDS and the history as well. Holistic practitioners and other health professionals gave another perspective of source and solution. An engaging Q & A session balanced out the program. Excellent event. Job well done coordinating this Curtis! Looking forward to seeing the program on DVD. Darryl Clark