What can you do about HIV/AIDS in Africa?

As part of Pacific’s AIDS awareness month, CGE brings to campus:
GRACE KUTO, Kenyan native raised in an orphanage, to speak of her experiences as a child and her work with the AIDS epidemic in Kenya and Uganda.



On Thursday Oct. 28, 2010


What can you do about HIV/AIDS in Africa?

Date: Thurs. Oct. 28, 2010
Time: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Place: Taylor Auditorium, Marsh Hall
Pacific University, 2043 College Way, Forest Grove, OR

Open and free to the public See the AIDS Quilt: Pacific Library & Creighton Hall, Health Profession Campus, 222 SE 8th Ave., Hillsboro

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About the Speaker

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GRACE KUTO was born and raised in Kenya, East Africa, Grace came to the United States to study in 1976. As a student at Portland State University, she was a founder of the International Classroom Program for the World Affairs Council of Oregon, through which she has impacted thousands of children and hundreds of teachers throughout the Northwest. A gifted speaker on East Africa, cultural awareness, and international programs, Grace teaches at Lewis and Clark College while holding a full time position at OHSU.

Grace’s energies at this point are going toward The Harambee Centre, which connects the people of the Pacific Northwest with the people and cultures of Africa. Harambee means "Let's pull together" in Kiswahili. The mission of the Harambee Centre is to pull people together for the good of the global community.

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Special Thanks

Sponsors: Center for Gender Equity, Pacific Library, Center for Peace and Social Justice, Washington County Health Department, Forest Grove Pflag and the Burnhard family.

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