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“Saving Our Sisters” is a dynamic one-day conference acknowledging “National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day”. The conference is for adult women and girls ages 12 years and above.
The day includes age appropriate workshops with discussions focused on positive self-image, self-worth, empowerment, healthy relationships, HIV prevention, and the importance of medical treatment for women and girls living with HIV/AIDS.
Continental Breakfast (8:00 am – 8:25 am ONLY) Lunch provided
The Beautiful Gate Outreach Center welcomes Actress/Singer Vanessa Williams as their 11th Annual “Saving Our Sisters” Conference Celebrity Speaker.
Pre-Registration is required. No on-site registration.
Registration will close when capacity is reached.
Limited scholarships | Group discount rate available for 10 or more
Contact Suzannebgoc@aol.com or call 302-472-3002 for more information
**DON’T DELAY…GET YOUR TICKETS NOW**
Those who register between Monday, February 1, 2016 and Saturday, February 6, 2016 will be entered into a special VISA GIFT CARD raffle! Winner will be announced at the conference!
JUNETEENTH is the annual observance of the official date of recognition of the Emancipation Proclamation in all states following the Civil War.
The Kennett Underground Railroad Center will present its FREEDMEN, FUGITIVES, and FRIENDS Walking Tour, sharing the stories of the local Quakers and African Americans who coexisted peacefully before and after the Civil War. The free tour will focus on the houses and churches of the East Linden Street and North Union Street area of Kennett Square, known to be a “hotbed of abolitionists”.
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