Check out the film screening of A Closer Walk tonight, Dec. 2nd from 7-9:30pm in Aud. 1020 (SPH II).

Sponsored by RESULTS and SexLab. Light refreshments will be provided.


Just a friendly reminder that World AIDS Week 2013 will be taking place the week of December 1st-7th. Stay tuned for the finalized event schedule. We have some great events planned.

Still interested in getting involved? There’s plenty of opportunities. Simply email with any questions/concerns. 

We’re making progress, but there is still a lot more work to be done. You can join the Big Push and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and TB, or locally you can attend some World AIDS Week events to find out what you can do and what is already being done locally. We are already half way through the week but we still have a lot of amazing events coming up:

LGBTQI2 Sensitivity training

Screening of “How to Survive a Plague”

Condoms & Testing & Lube, Oh My!

Free Testing and Safer Sex Supplies

A Bake Sale

A talk on “Structural vulnerabilities and opportunities in HIV/AIDS Black and Latino young men who has sex with men”

Vigil on the Diag


A game of poker with a twist: “SexUs Hold ‘Em”

Like us on Facebook or find our event page for more details.

Don’t forget to Be an Advocate! 

The calendar has been updated and contains the most recent event information for World AIDS Week 2012. To view the list of events, please visit:

Also, please be sure to like our Facebook page and invite your friends to the Facebook event:

Thanks and we hope to see you there!

Want to post a picture on our website, Facebook or the Global Fund for HIV, Malaria and TB site??

  1. Download WAW_Photos to print off your sign
  2. Fill in your own reason for facing AIDS or how you are an advocate and send us the picture! If you don’t want to personalize it but want to take a picture, pick from the pre-made signs.
  3. Email us your picture at

Check out the examples below, or look on our Facebook page for ones from last year!




Here’s the T-shirt design for this year. Find someone in WAW ( to pre-order your shirt by Novermber 15th  or visit our online store . At our online store you can also purchase ribbons made by people affected by HIV in Nairobi Kenya through the organization Maxfacta. There is an additional $1 fee for online purchases. 


Our next meeting will be October 24th at 8pm in Shapiro Library Room 4004.

The following meetings will be:

November 7th

November 14th

November 21st

All at 8pm & all in the Turkish American Friendship Room (Room 4004 in Shapiro). Can’t wait to see what great events your groups are planning!

If you ever can’t make it to a meeting you can check on this site under WAW Info for our meeting minutes.

The University of Michigan Sexuality and Health Lab (SexLab)HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC)AIDS Partnership Michigan,Detroit Latin@z and Ruth Ellis Center want to hear from African American and Latino young men and trans youth living in the Detroit Metro Area!

If you think you might be eligible, please take our 30-45 minute survey at

You will receive a $30 VISA e-gift card for completing the survey. Results will help us improve HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment services in our community.

Help us spread the word! Your Community, Your VOICE

You can help support HARC’s efforts to get a new outreach vehicle so they can get their street outreach programs fully up and running again! It is really easy to do. All you have to do is log into Facebook once a day until May 23rd and click a few buttons.

Instructions from HARC on how to vote:

1. “Like” Bank of Ann Arbor (
2. Click the Project Help app ( located along the top menu bar (next to the photos button)
3. “like” the app
4. Find HARC in the $10k category and vote!
5. Share it with your friends
6. Repeat every day until May 23!

Make sure you click the see more link just below for instructions on how to vote. HARC is in the running for a $10,000 grant from the Bank of Ann Arbor. Winners are selected by Facebook users via online voting. Once a day, we need your support. See below to find out how you can help HARC and the communities we serve. We hope to use the grant in our efforts to secure a new outreach van.

Vote today. Vote tomorrow. Vote to help.

Your vote and sharing of this information with your Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter communities (not to mention friends, family, co-workers) urging their support can help HARC win $10,000 toward our much-needed outreach van.

One minute, every day, is all that we ask of you!


Our outreach program is crucial to our mission. Our van is one of the tools we use to accomplish that mission. Free Safer Sex Supplies. Free Syringe Access. Free HIV and Hep C Testing. Free Support. Free Advice. Free Companionship. Help us keep these services alive.