Atlanta- August 22, 2018 - Community Voices in conjunction with the National Organization of Black County Officials (NOBCO) will host a screening and panel discussion of the HIV focused film "90 Days".
The film shares the story of Jessica & Taylor a fantastic couple who have fallen in love. After ninety days of dating, Jessica and Taylor are forced to confront the realities surrounding living and loving with HIV after one of them reveals he/she is HIV positive. The film seeks to give people living with HIV hope toward finding love and intimacy while educating others.
September 10, 2018
12 pm—2 pm
National Center for Primary Care Atrium
720 Westview Drive. Atlanta, GA 30310
Panel Discussion Feat.
Natahan Hale, Writer and Director of 90 Days
Starla Hairston Blanks, Satcher Health Leadership Institute
Dr. Rhonda C. Holliday , Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Morehouse School of Medicine
Tiffany Roan, Southeast Director Aids Healthcare Foundation
Moderator: Dr. Helen Holton, National Organization of Black County Officials
More Information on the Film can be found HERE