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HIV Beautiful : Art for social change

As a growing art-activist, I believe art can be used as a tool for social change.


Below are various illustrations dedicated to informing people about HIV facts, myths, social struggles and a homage to those involved in the movement. All of these illustrations are inspired by the people, in different communities around the world, who advocate, march, educate and uplift their peers.


With the mass amount of stigma behind HIV in our communities and the health disparities throughout the nation, it is important to me to be one of the many voices that help de-stigmatize these issues and connect people to the resources they need. HIV/AIDS  is a human rights issue and it's our duty to support those

who are impacted by HIV.

I hope that I can continue to evolve and develop my creative skills to become a stronger champion for marginalized communities.


A lot more illustrations to come!



Beautiful faces, Brave Hearts:
Portraits of leaders & unsung heroes involved in the movement

HIV Educated:
Illustrations on HIV Facts, Myths & more

FREE Community Testing
Sites in Boston

Multicultural AIDS Coalition

9 Palmer Street Nubian Square/Roxbury, MA 

By Appointment - OR- Walk-In

Monday - Wednesday - Friday 11:00am – 4:00pm

Call | (617) 442-1622 for more info

Planned Parenthood of Greater Boston Health Center
1055 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215,
Testing Available: Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

and Friday & Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Call │617-616-1617 for more info

Fenway Health
1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215
Walk-In HIV & Hepatitis C Testing
Call │617-927-6000 for more info     


Massachusetts General Hospital Sexual Health Clinic

55 Fruit St., Cox Building, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02114

Call | 617-726-2000 for more info



Don't live in Boston?  View other Free Testing sites nationwide at

S3Ep8|'Let's Talk about PrEP'
 ft. Kevin Herwig of CRI

ºF-TV had the honor to chat with Kevin Herwig of the Community Research Initiative organization (CRI) about PrEP.


PrEP, is a daily pill that helps prevent people who are HIV negative from getting the HIV infection. Kevin explained the brief history of PrEP, its value and importance in our community, how stigma and other social issues effect people from getting resources they need and how CRI can help people pay for PrEP and more.


Tune in to find out more about PrEP facts, myths, its importance and how CRI can help connect you with the resources you need and deserve. Connect with the Community Research Initiative (CRI) by visiting their website at or contacting them at 617-502-1700.

S1Ep3| 'Your Health Matters' 
ft. Safer is S.E.X.Y.

A social media campaign by the name of Safer is S.E.X.Y. consists of an incredible team of phenomenal women who educate young Black & Latina women and their partners in Greater Boston about HIV awareness and prevention. ºF-TV had the amazing opportunity to sit and chat with some of the peer mentors to find out how we can stay protected and S.E.X.Y. (Sophisticated, Empowered, Xtraordinary, You) 24/7.


Tune in for this family- feud inspired game-show and find out how you can win a Safer is S.E.X.Y. kit. This Valentine’s Day remember that Safer is always S.E.X.Y. Follow the Safer is S.E.X.Y. on social media.

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