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In an effort to help inform people about HIV/AIDS, the Scholar’s Committee of the National Action Network will host the Harlem AIDS Forum.

A panel of experts from different disciplines will share their insights with the Harlem Community at the Headquarters of the National Action Network on February 12, 2011 beginning at 4:00 p.m. What are the latest statistics on HIV/AIDS in the Black Community? Who should get tested? How reliable are the tests? What are the most effective treatments? What is the latest information on sexual transmission? These and other issues will be covered. There will also be a question and answer period. 

Deborah A. Levine - V.P., National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS
Tracie Gardner - Director, New York State Policy for the Legal Action Center
Dr. Nancy Turner Banks - MD Harvard, Author, Lecturer
Tommy Morrison - Former Boxing Champion and was diagnosed as HIV Positive
Celia Farber - Journalist, Author
Dr. Ann Brown - PhD Microbiology, Author, Lecturer
Reverend Dr. Michael Ellner - President of HEAL NYC, Author, Lecturer
Dr. Jack Felder - Bio-Chemist, Author and Lecturer
Tom DiFerdinando - Executive Director of HEAL NYC, Counselor, Lecturer
Dennis Levy - President of the Black and Latino AIDS Coalition
Sister Maa - Wife of Dr. Sebi, and Co-Founder of the Fig Tree, Holistic Practitioner
Princess Little Flower - Holistic Practitioner
Curtis Cost - Author and Lecturer

The address is:

The National Action Network
106 W. 145th Street  
New York, NY  10039

Tel.: 212-690-3070

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