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C2EA Youth ACTION Institute 2007 | July 4-8 | Raleigh, NC
« on: May 18, 2007, 03:55:20 PM »

C2EA Youth ACTION Institute 2007 | July 4-8 | Raleigh, NC

The third annual C2EA Youth ACTION Institute is a summer-long opportunity for young people ages 16-26 to become leaders in the effort to end AIDS.

In Raleigh, NC, from July 4-8, youth will meet at North Carolina State University, to hear speakers talk about their experiences with living with HIV and AIDS in the U.S. and around the world; develop skills in grassroots organizing, public health, media, advocacy and direct action; connect with other young people from around the country; and work on concrete ways to fight together to end AIDS.

After the institute, each participant will carry out a grassroots organizing project to help make progress on a high-priority AIDS issue and build participation in C2EA. After this summer, they'll help build new C2EA and youth advocacy networks all across the country.

We need your support and the help of your organization to make it happen: to sponsor a youth activist, contribute to C2EA YAI07 and for applications — they're due by June 1 — visit:




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