On Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) will present 90 DAYS starring Teyonah Parris (Survivor’s Remorse, Mad Men & Chi-Raq), with executive producer Jussie Smollett (Empire, The Skinny & The Mighty Ducks).
This powerful thought-provoking short film seeks to give people living with HIV and those who love them hope toward finding intimacy while educating others. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion about healthy relationships moderated by NBLCA’s president and CEO C. Virginia Fields and featuring filmmakers Nathan Hale Williams and Jennia Fredrique Aponte. The evening program will take place at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037. RSVP for tickets: NBLCA / 90 DAYS in Harlem
Is love greater than our secrets? The film 90 DAYS explores that question through the story of a man and a woman who are faced with a life-altering decision after ninety days of dating. The heavy burden of HIV/AIDS on the black LGBT community is well-known; however, black women are also disproportionately at risk, with approximately 40,000 women living with HIV/AIDS in New York State. It’s time to have an honest conversation about testing and prevention, as well as the ways that stigma can get in the way of healthy relationships. The panel will explore these topics, as well as the goals of New York State’s blueprint for Ending the Epidemic of HIV/AIDS. For additional information about the event contact Melissa Baker at (212) 614-0023, ext. 109 or email@example.com.
Nathan and Jennia plan to travel the country with the series called 90 DAYS: ADVOCACY, ACTIVISM & STORYTELLING ©, a series of screenings and discussions about healthy relationships, created by Nathan Hale Williams. For additional information on community engagement, sponsorship and/or media inquiries contact Richard E. Pelzer II, Executive Producer of 90 DAYS at 929.841.6541 or PelzerMEGA1@gmail.com. Visit website: 90Daysthefilm.com