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Hydeia B & Friends Virtual World AIDS Day Party





December 1The theme for the 2020 observance is “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impacts


On December 5th at 4:00 pm PST, 5:00pm MT, 6:00pm CST, 7:00 EST, 12:00am GMT. 

This year I decided to bring some, of my good girl along, and celebrate World AIDS Day with you.

BST with a group of young women between the ages of 18-35 living with HIV/AIDS.

 I, will host each session/interview of each participant, and have a collective discussion with them at the end. The women will be expected to stay the whole session and actively engage the audience and participants for the collective panel discussion being held. This event is facilitated by women living with HIV/AIDS across the United States and will open the platform up to a global audience. 


The session would last an hour and a half with five women. We would host the session via Zoom and will have a DJ for entertainment and to make each session/interview interactive and fun.

I hope you will come, and join us.





Gearing up for Saturday’s World AIDS Day Party and I want to introduce you to some of our friends joining us.


Welcome Derinthia who began her advocacy in 2018.
She specializes as a sexual health and harm reduction educator, and HIV Tester & Peer Counselor.
She is the founder and executive director of nonprofit organization @matter_over_mind1 Matter Over Mind: Chains for Change Inc. where they create safe spaces for battered youth & victims of abuse.
“HIV doesn’t define me, I’ve defined it. I am BORN for this!” ~Derinthia J.
Hear more of her story during Saturday’s Party 🎉  




Hey friends!!!
Meet Kalee!  @aidsbaby86

“I was born in 1986 with HIV. My status was discovered when I was seven and I received an AIDS diagnosis. I was told, ‘HIV is an acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.’ It was not something I was scared of. I was a human, just like everyone else, but had a little extra virus in my body. I contracted the virus from birth.

Ignorance is a lack of education. Ignorance and stigma go hand-in-hand. Stigma is dehumanizing. Recently I was called a ‘stigma warrior.’ Personally, this was the greatest compliment of my life. We learn from stories and experiences. I have found purpose in sharing my stories. I am driven to share those stories in hopes of making the world a little more kind because we are all humans.”


Hey Friends!! Meet my girl CiCi!!
@ci.ciiiiii
Ciarra “Ci Ci” Covin is a mother, advocate, and lover of all human beings. Diagnosed with HIV at the age of 20, Ci Ci has curated a life of HIV and mental advocacy through both her lived experience and education.

Ci Ci applies the concepts and skills she has acquired in the typically nontraditional format of social media. It is here that she uses it as a tool to bring STI and mental health awareness to individuals that might not have ever been exposed to the information. Her degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Development and Master of Science in Human Services.

As a blogger and Community Advisory Board member of The Well Project, Ci Ci has been able to connect with other leaders from around the world to further the mission of destigmatizing HIV and providing a community for women who are living with HIV.




Hey Friends! Meet,Masonia Traylor, @masoniatraylor is an HIV/AIDS Activist, Youth Advocate, & Community Champion. This 10yr HIV Survivor has been featured on the cover of People Magazine, in Time Magazine, and Essence Magazine. You may have seen her on CNN or as an ambassador for She’s Positive, CDC’s “Stop HIV Together” and Kaiser’s, “Greater Than AIDS”. She is also a Community Advisory Board Member & Global Blogger for The Well Project and a member of the Compass Intiative's Southern Advocacy Group. She currently helps women leading in HIV/AIDS leverage their leadership so that they can secure their legacies.
She is the CEO & Founder of non-profit organization, Lady BurgAndy Inc.
 A brand for health & wellness initiatives with a specialty focus on black women, youth, & HIV/AIDS.

I hope you will come join us, this Saturday!