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Actress and advocate Sheryl Lee Ralph talks HIV/AIDS awareness

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph is a well known advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness. She is in St. Louis for the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day event at Harris-Stowe State University being held Saturday, February 7.

Plans for the day-long event include free HIV testing, health screenings, and Ralph’s one-woman show “Sometimes I Cry” at 1:00pm. Ralph founded the Divinely Inspired Victoriously AIDS Aware (DIVA) Foundation  in 1990 as a memorial to the many friends she lost to HIV/AIDS. The organization focuses on generating resources and producing events that raise awareness and educate people around the world affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.

TURN UP for Black HIV/AIDS Awareness
Harris-Stowe State University
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday. February 7. 2015

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