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THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE,
Come celebrate with SisterLove, Incorporated at our
4th Annual 2020 LEADING WOMEN'S SOCIETY AWARDS
as we honor
20 OUTSTANDING WOMEN
from across the country that have the hindsight and foresight to eradicate HIV/AIDS through their leadership and experience .
Enjoy Entertainment, Food, Drinks, and a community of women and men poised to create change. Hosted by V-103's Egypt Sherrod and Recording Artist Tarsha' Hamilton. Special Guests include Giwayen Mata Dance Troupe. Music by Soul Fusion Band
Friday, October 18, 2013
65 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Red Carpet begins at 7 pm
After five attire is suggested
Parking is in the Underground Parking lot next to the
Freight Depot - 75 Martin Luther King Dr. Jr. Parking is $3.00.
All proceeds benefit SisterLove, Incorporated
The 2020 Leading Women’s Society (LWS) provides resources, training, health and research literacy education, mentoring and development programs to increase the leadership capacity of HIV positive women who are engaged in representing their communities through education, peer support, and policy and community advocacy. Each year, SisterLove honors 20 HIV positive women from around the country who have been living positive for 20 years or more. This community-oriented honors ceremony celebrates our belief that these women possess the rare hindsight and foresight to help to eradicate the HIV/AIDS pandemic through their outstanding leadership and dedication. This red-carpet, gala affair gives these outstanding women the opportunity to be honored and to be in the spotlight for their leadership, and gives the community a chance to learn more about HIV/AIDS and the specific effects on women of color. All proceeds benefit SisterLove, Incorporated.
For sponsorship, ad, or media information, please contact Tiffany Omi Pennick at 404-505-7777.
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SisterLove is on a mission to eradicate the adverse impact of HIV/AIDS and other reproductive health challenges upon women and their families through education, prevention, support and human rights advocacy in the United States and around the world.