AIDS Discussion at Joyce Gordon Gallery

Joyce Gordon continues to open her art gallery’s doors, at 406 14th Street, Oakland, to HIV/AIDS education and prevention as part of her continuous tribute to her brother, Clarence Brown, who died of AIDS.
“He was my favorite brother, we were so much alike.  My brother was the other me”, she said.  On Saturday, October 22, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, Gordon hosts Aid for AIDS Africa (AFAA) “Speaking Life into Our Community” a discussion on the state of HIV/AIDS in the African American community. Gordon says that she tries to help whenever she has an opportunity. “We all must do what we can, when we can, you are my brother, I am your sister”, she says.