Wednesday, October 11, 2023 7:30pm to 8:30pm
About this Event
740 Library Road, Rochester
Miles is a University of Rochester alum best known for being an HIV activist who is an Afrocentric and SEX positive community catalyst. Miles will share his story from fundamentally shifting the LGBTQ landscape here at Rochester to spearheading a groundbreaking capstone project during his time as a Health Literacy Fellow titled "Beyond Status," which focuses on assisting Black queer individuals in making informed decisions regarding PrEP, showcasing his commitment to health equity and advocacy.
Presented by the Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center in co-sporship from: Greene Center, Institutional Office of Equity and Inclusion, Susan B. Anthony Center, Kearns Center, Public Health Program, Rare Books and Special Collections, Residential Life, Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender Sexuality & Womens Studies, Wilson Commons Student Activities, Office of Minority Student Affairs, Frederick Douglass Institute and Department of Black Studies, and University Health Service.