this week

Observed annually on December 1, World AIDS Day provides a global platform for individuals to come together in the ongoing battle against HIV. It serves as a moment to express solidarity with those living with HIV, and to commemorate the lives lost to HIV-related illnesses. Join our Community members as they engage in conversations about HIV discrimination, vaccines, and more.

Join us Sunday, November 26 starting at 1 PM and Wednesday, November 29 starting at 7 PM on MNN HD (Spectrum 1993)

Out Loud, hosted by Anthony Parker, amplifies the voices of the LGBTQ+ community in New York City, shedding light on the queer experience and recognizing the impactful efforts of community leaders and organizations. In this episode, Anthony and Dr. Jorge Soler, a Junior Faculty Member at Project Achieve, discuss vaccines concerning both HIV and Covid-19. Tune in to this informative discussion on MNN.

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Sunday 1PM / Wednesday 7PM 

Both Sides of the Bars, produced by Fortune Society, is a thought-provoking discussion-driven show that explores the legal system from diverse perspectives, especially from those most affected by the criminal justice system. In this episode, Shereemer Chevannes, Policy Associate at The Fortune Society, engages in a conversation with Betsy Ramos, a peer advocate at S.W.A.K, and Grace DeTrevarah, LGBTQ liaison at The Osborne Association. Join this enlightening panel as they delve into the detrimental impact of housing discrimination on justice-impacted women, individuals living with HIV, and the LGBTQIA community.

Both Sides of the Bars airs every Sunday at 10PM on MNN Community and HD

Sunday 1:30PM / Wednesday 7:30 PM

The HIV Awareness and Education Webinar is a panel discussion hosted by The All of Us Research Program, a collective of researchers engaged in a groundbreaking initiative to collect and analyze data from one million or more individuals across the United States. In this informative session, you'll be introduced to Dr. Michael Colbert, Director of the Comprehensive AIDS Program. Dr. Colbert is joined by Dr. Carrasquillo, a nationally recognized expert in minority health and community-based participatory research. Join us to gain valuable insights into HIV/AIDS through this engaging discussion.

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Sunday 2PM / Wednesday 8PM