Advocate of HIV-positive youth to speak at BBC Nov. 30

With World AIDS Day coming Saturday, Dec. 1, the university has put together a program for Friday, Nov. 30, that will prove informational and comforting to Panthers.

Todd Murray won an Emmy Award for his work on the Does HIV Look Like Me? campaign.

Biscayne Bay Campus’ Office of Campus Life will host “Does HIV Look Like Me?” as part of the commemoration. The event is open to students, the media and the community and is set for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in Panther Square.

Admission is free.

The event will feature a resource fair where various FIU departments and community organizations will provide students with useful HIV/AIDS-related information and materials.

The centerpiece of the fair will be a talk at 1 p.m. by Todd Murray, the president and founder of Hope’s Voice, an organization that advocates on behalf of young people living with HIV/AIDS.

HIV-positive since age 20, Murray will provide an insightful look into his organization while bringing HIV awareness to the community.

For more information about this event, call Campus Life at 305-919-5804.

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