Inspiring action through community

September 24, 2019

To the backdrop of Fahrenheit Chicago, Serette  B. King ( Zoliy Miyake-Mugler) and Terry Dudley from Howard Brown Health and David Dodd from Chicago Black Gay Men’s Caucus share what inspiring action means to them, and how their work helps inspire action within Chicago’s LGBTQ+ and HIV communities. 

On Saturday, Oct. 5, HIV advocates from across Chicago will gather at Soldier Field for AIDS Run & Walk Chicago 2019. Since its inception in 2001, more than 20,000 community members have gathered at #aidsrunwalkchicago to help drive an end to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The event has raised over $5 million that directly benefiting programs and services improving the lives of Chicagoans living with and vulnerable to HIV. With the help of 30+ CommunityDirect partners, TOGETHER, we can end the HIV epidemic in Illinois by 2030.  

With AIDS Run & Walk Chicago 2019 just days away, how will you inspire action in your community? Visit for more information and to register for this year's event.  

Special thank you to Anthony Galloway, Fahrenheit Chicago and Equality Illinois for their partnership in the development of this video. 

Categorized under Advocacy, Chicago, Inside Story and Special events.

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