Fighting the War Against HIV/AIDS with Music

Harlem and the Bronx, Let’s Talk About Sex! – March 31, 2012

On March 31, 2012,  from 1:00pm to 4:00pm,  FREE HIV testing mobile vans will be stationed at four locations in Harlem and the Bronx, and 100 volunteers will be distributing FREE condoms and HIV awareness materials.  Knowledge is power and the key to keeping yourself and loved ones healthy!  Know your status in 20 minutes!


WHO: Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS has joined forces with Columbia University’s Community Outreach Program, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Harlem United, and Bronx AIDS Services in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS and STD’s in the hard-hit neighborhoods of Harlem and the Bronx.

WHAT: A small army of 80-100 volunteers will spread out through the streets of Harlem and the Bronx to giveaway free condoms and HIV prevention materials, and direct people to get tested at one of four mobile testing units that will be stationed in the area.

WHEN: March 31st, from 1-4pm


1.  125 Street & Lennox (Harlem)
2.  125 Street & Lexington (Harlem)
3.  E 149 Street and 3  Ave (Bronx)
4.  953 Southern Blvd  (Bronx)

Condom Nation Tour is a serious, yet somewhat whimsical and creative effort by AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to help promote increased condom use and to help make condoms more accessible and affordable. AHF’s Condom Nation Tour 18 wheel truck will arrive in NY the week of June 10th for Brooklyn Pride.

Every spring, CCO organizes a campus-wide day of volunteering in the greater NYC area. Typically, CCO has over 1,000 volunteers- students, faculty, alumni, and community members- who work on more than forty projects.

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