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C.U.R.E. is a not for profit organization resolved to combat the continuing risks and stigma associated with HIV/AIDS
C.U.R.E’s vision is to unite cross generational and multi-cultured communities to inspire and promote social change
OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
To advocate for persons both affected and infected by HIV/AIDS
To enhance respect, dignity, and inclusion for everyone...everywhere
To present the historical significance of the AIDS pandemic through the exhibit of the internationally recognized AIDS Memorial Quilt
WOLD AIDS DAY 2015
December 1st, 2015
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Noah's Event Venue
2251 N. Greenville Ave.
Richardson, TX 75082
University of Texas at Dallas, Office of Diversity and Community Engagement welcomed C.U.R.E. to the 6th Annual Diversity Awards Ceremony and Soiree. C.U.R.E. was honored to exhibit 2 blocks of the AIDS Memorial Quilt at the event. Attending the event were Board members Chris Dustin, Cody Dustin, Gwen Bollinger and Roseann Rossetti.
We were proud to be there as C.U.R.E. Board Advisor, Jay Forte, was presented the "Community Champion of Diversity Award.
Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Jack Mackenroth, who rose to fame as a designer on the hit reality show, Project Runway. Since that time he has used his visibility to draw attention and awareness to HIV issues.