An Evening with Original Dreamgirl Sheryl Lee Ralph – “Sometimes I Cry”

Ms. Ralph on stage on Saturday, November 17th, 2012. View an entire album of SHINE photos here.

“Sometimes I Cry,” a humorous and thought-provoking look into the true stories of women from different walks of life affected by HIV/AIDS. This critically-acclaimed play is filled with laughter, music, and soul, and has touched the hearts of audiences around the globe.

Associate SSA Professor Dexter Voisin introducing Sheryl Lee Ralph

SHINE Conference: Social and Structural Determinants of HIV Infections Among Minority Populations

Keynote speaker Robert Fullilove, EdD. View an entire album of SHINE photos here.

SHINE recently hosted a one-day symposium to discuss HIV infections among minority populations. Panels of experts discussed social and structural determinants of HIV infections, multiple vulnerabilities, and the impact of mass incarceration on HIV/AIDS in the United States.

To view slideshow presentations, videos, and other content from this event, visit the Resources page.

Speakers Dr. Robert Garofalo and Dr. John Schneider