Attention Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas:
Triangle Empowerment Center, Inc. invites you to our P.E.T. (peers empowered together) Meeting!!!
What: A non-formal gathering of a small group of diverse HIV Positive males in Durham, NC. All ages and sexual preferences (who are HIV/AIDS positive) are welcome. There will be a meeting to share life experiences, empowering one another, and to raise the level of conscious thinking to live a healthy lifestyle. We will be providing light refreshments and fellowship.
When: Thursday Feb 7, 2013
Where: Durham County Library - Stanford L. Warren Branch Room 2, 1201 Fayetteville Street Durham, NC
Attire: We want everyone to be comfortable so dress casual
Please R.S.V.P. as soon as possible.
We look forward to seeing you there!!
We're taking a bus to Atlanta from Durham on the Day of the March
Leaving at 5:30 am and returning on that same after the March and Rally.
Transportation, food, and a gift card at the end of the march is included. It is a FREE event!
People of all ages, races, genders, and sexualities are welcome!
Contact us for more information about our trip.
Contact Keep the Promise 2012 for more information about the March and Rally.
Here we grow again!
Need a change of scenery? Well, we’re inviting YOU to the BEACH!
Triangle Empowerment Center & PowerHouse Project Beach 2012 Retreat
Friday October 12 - Sunday October 14 2012
You’re invited to a beach retreat to address building healthy friendships & intimate relationships, strengthening the black gay community, self-identity, increase knowledge on safe sex, and instill empowerment in a friendly and nonjudgmental environment
Looking for 10-15 minority MSMs (at least 25 years old or older), to join us.
Food, Lodging, & Transportation FREE!!
Please contact Triangle Empowerment Center for more information or to sign up at 919-423-8902.
Space is limited so get yours while you can!
Wyndham North Myrtle Beach Resort
Myrtle Beach, SC
“Safe is the new sexy®”
Our Condom Nation Tour event was a great success! We fed 228 people, tested 125, 80 health surveys were filled out, and we gave out close to 100,000 condoms to the community and partnering agencies. A special thank you to all of our collaborating partners and volunteers that helped make this event possible!