EMPOWERED!October 7, 2013
Earlier this year, fourteen-time Grammy Award-winning artist and HIV advocate Alicia Keys teamed up with Greater Than AIDS to create EMPOWERED, an ongoing public information campaign to reach women in the U.S. about HIV/AIDS. As part of the campaign, Alicia and AIDS United are spearheading the EMPOWERED Community Grants Program to help advance efforts focused on women and HIV/AIDS.
Today we are proud to announce that CUNY Creative Arts Team is one of four grantee selected to be a part of this program! CHERISH (Changing Habits, Environments, Relationships in Sexual Health) will promote adolescent female sexual health and HIV/STI prevention, working hand-in-hand with our larger initiative, Project CHANGE.