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Philly Faith in Action



December 2012

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Philly Faith in Action has developed new HIV educational materials which will be available in January 2013.  These include a scriptural resource guide for preaching about HIV/AIDS, educational pamphlets, an insert for church and mosque bulletins, and a card detailing how people of faith can get involved. To request materials, email us at phillyfaithinaction@gmail.com.  

 

The US Preventive Task Force recently recommended that all Americans be regularly tested for HIV. As a result of this recommendation, for the first time, health care providers will be able to bill for routine HIV testing for all Americans. This removes a critical barrier to scaling HIV testing. Read the Huffington Post article below to learn more about this decision and what it means for HIV testing and treatment  in the United States.

 

Philly Faith in Action extends warm greetings to everyone during the holiday season and best wishes for 2013!

  In the News

University of Pennsylvania CFAR CAB Red Ribbon Awards 2012
Philly Faith in Action salutes the following leaders who recently awards from the University of Pennsylvania Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Community Advisory Board. Special congratulations go to Pastor Arlene Mills Speaks, a Philly Faith in Action member.
Jose Benitez – Policymaker
Kevin Burns – Community
Nasima Mannan – Youth
Pastor Arlene Mills Speaks – Faith leader
Dr. Amy Nunn writes about the US Preventive Services Task Force’s recent decision to endorse routine HIV testing for all Americans ages 15-65, including pregnant women.
“The new USPSTF score of an ‘A’ for HIV testing means that there is now broad public health consensus that HIV screening should now be as routine as blood pressure screening for Americans.”
Read the full article here.

By: Keli Goff

 

From Martin Luther King Jr. and the fight for civil rights in the 1960s to Rev. Al Sharpton and the fight against racial profiling and police brutality today, members of the clergy have been key leaders in some of the black community’s most important battles. Yet there is one issue plaguing the community on which black pastors, as a whole, have not been perceived as leaders: the fight against HIV/AIDS.

 

Despite the fact that African Americans now lead the nation in new cases of the HIV virus, and the fact that AIDS is the third leading cause of death among black men and women ages 35 to 44, the issue has not been embraced as a priority social justice issue by many predominantly black churches. While black pastors, for instance, played key roles as visible and vocal champions of voting and voter access this election cycle, fewer have used their weight similarly to mobilize their congregations around the issue of HIV awareness, prevention and testing.

 

Phil Wilson, executive director of the Black AIDS Institute, told The Root that “black pastors are engaged more than they were in the past, but not as much as they need to be, given the disproportionate impact on our community.” But new research shows that they could be the key to overcoming cultural barriers to fighting the spread of AIDS in the black community.

Read the full article here.
Keli Goff, Photo Credit: The Root
  Upcoming Local Events

Screening: “Endgame: AIDS in Black America”
Friday, January 4th, 6:30PM

 

Come on 1/4 to see “Endgame: AIDS in Black America,” a groundbreaking two-hour exploration of one of the country’s most urgent, preventable health crises. The film traces the history of the epidemic through the experiences of extraordinary individuals who tell their stories.

 

Dr. Loretta Sweet Jemmott, one of the nation’s foremost researchers in HIV/AIDS prevention among African American adolescents, will lead discussions with youth and parents.

 

What: Screening: “Endgame: AIDS in Black America”
When: Friday, January 4th, 6:30PM
Where: The African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas
6361 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19151
An Evening of Elegance
Saturday, January 12th, 4-8PM
 
Join the New Africa Center for an Evening of Elegance in remembrance of Brother James Knight. Music for the evening features Alfie Pollit. Advance reservation is $20 and $25 at the door. For more information please contact Rahim at 610-352-0424 or Salimah at 215-365-4333.

 

What: An Evening of Elegance in remembrance of Brother James Knight
When: Saturday, January 12th, 4-8PM
Where: The New Africa Center
4243 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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