As Seen in Episode 103

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Check out the organizations and read more about the people featured in Episode 103 of NoMoreDownLow.TV:

Black AIDS Institute

Black AIDS Institute

The Black AIDS Institute is the only national HIV/AIDS think tank focused exclusively on Black people. The Institute’s Mission is to stop the AIDS pandemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

AIDS Health Care Foundation

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a global organization providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 100,000 people in 22 countries. It is the nation’s largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care.

Magic Johnson Foundation

Magic Johnson Foundation

Magic Johnson Foundation (MJF) was established in 1991 to respond to the pressing need for HIV/AIDS education, treatment, and prevention. Founder Earvin “Magic” Johnson initially focused his philanthropic work specifically to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, and improve the quality of life for the individuals and families affected by the disease. MJF’s HIV/AIDS initiative is directly in line with its mission.

Gay for Good

Gay for Good

GAY FOR GOOD aims to energize and mobilize the LGBT community to interact with your cities community by volunteering our time to various social welfare and environmental service projects.

Trump AIDS - National Bid Whist Tournament

Trump AIDS – National Bid Whist Tournament

Play in one of several local Black AIDS Institute’s Trump AIDS Qualifying Tournament locations to help mobilize and raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in the Black Community. And for your chance to be crowned the 2010 Trump AIDS: National Bid Whist Tournament Champion.

Unity Fellowship Church

Unity Fellowship Church

Unity Fellowship Church, Los Angeles (UFCLA) was founded in 1982 by Reverend Carl Bean for openly gay and lesbian African Americans.

Carl Bean I Was Born This Way

Archbishop Carl Bean’s Autobiography “I Was Born This Way”

In I Was Born This Way, Carl Bean, former Motown recording artist, noted AIDS activist, and founder of the Unity Fellowship Church in Los Angeles, shares his extraordinary personal journey from Baltimore foster homes to the stage of the Apollo Theater and beyond.

Minority AIDS Project

Minority AIDS Project

Minority AIDS Project is a California nonprofit corporation that provides educational and other HIV/AIDS related support services to eligible individuals without regard to age, gender, ethnicity, culture, language or other circumstances.


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