REgistration for this event has reached capacity and registration is closed. REgistered attendees are invited to register for the three special events below. Registration for the free online web streaming of the event will be available on October 27, 2017.    







Welcome Reception - Wednesday Nov. 1 - National Center for Civil and Human Rights


The welcome cocktail reception will kick start A Paradigm Shift:The Impact of HIV/AIDS on African American Women & Families conference at "The Center for Civil and Human Rights" from 5:30 PM-9:00 PM. The welcome reception will include a complimentary museum tour, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.

*This event is open to registered conference attendees only*

Location:  National Center for Civil and Human Right

100 Ivan Allen Junior Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30313

Registration is required for this event , THIS EVENT HAS REACHED CAPACITY.


AHFPresents - Rise Above - Nov.  3 - Fox Theatre

Grammy-Nominated Recording Artist Raheem DeVaughn and R&B Vocalist Goapele Join Forces with AHF, WORLD and BLACC to Promote Women’s Sexual Health and Responsibility with the RISE Above Campaign.

Inspired by the late Dr. Maya Angelou’s powerful and impactful poem, “Still I Rise”, the RISE Above campaign focuses on eliminating HIV-related stigma by educating and empowering women of color about healthy relationships, sexuality and wellness.

Join us for Rise Above: An Evening of Intimate Conversation & Music featuring Raheem DeVaughn and Goapele.

FREE pop-up show for all Paradigm Shift Conference Attendees! The doors will open at 5:30 PM, and the show will start at 7:00 PM.

The Fox Theatre

660 Peachtree St.

Atlanta, GA 30308

*Complimentary transportation leaving Morehouse School of Medicine at 5:30 PM

*This event is open to registered conference attendees only*

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AHF Presents - Tammi Mac's Bag Lady - Nov. 2

Bag Lady” is a personal journey of KJLH radio personality Tammi Mac, who wrote a one-woman play about her life and has performed the play over the past 3 years, to sold-out audiences, in Los Angeles. The play has won numerous NAACP Image Awards and is a nine-time winner at LAWEBFEST, the influential web series festival.

“Bag Lady” deals with multiple issues including childhood sexual abuse, substance abuse, intimate partner violence and black male/female relationships. At the conclusion of the play, there is an open dialogue between health professional experts, Tammi Mac and a woman living with HIV/AIDS. This dialogue focuses on healing and redemption and encouraging women who have experienced negative life experiences to go on with their lives.

The “Bag Lady” tour continues AHF’s work in using art and culture to create broader awareness of the impact of public health issues, such as HIV/AIDS and other STD/STIs on communities across the nation.  

*This event is open to registered conference attendees only*

Registration is required for this event as space is limited.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER