World AIDS Day

December 1, 2023
Two hands, one belonging to a darker-skinned person and one belonging to a lighter-skinned person are seen holding each others' wrists for support. The text "30 Years of Community" are captioned on top.

World AIDS Day is a time to celebrate the incredible lifechanging, strides achieved within HIV treatment, an opportunity to honor those we have lost along the way, and a reminder of the lengths that we have yet to go in the fight to end HIV-related stigma.

Join Moyo Health and Community Services as we celebrate this year’s theme: “30 Years of Community”, in which we take the time to acknowledge the meaningful partnerships created in our Peel community to support and enrich the lives of those living with, affected by, and at risk of HIV.

This event will feature Colin Johnson, one of Peel Region’s most dynamic HIV/AIDS activists and supporters, living with HIV; who will reflect on the past 3 decades of lived experience in connection with community. Followed by a candlelight vigil to commemorate the past, present, and future.

*Free refreshments will be provided, along with opportunities for networking.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Land
We acknowledge the land we gather on in Peel Region is on the Treaty Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Huron, and Wendat. We also acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis, Inuit and other global Indigenous people who now call Peel Region their home.In the spirit of equity and inclusion, if we can improve on this statement, please contact us at Thank you.
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