AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)

‘Church at the Park’ Brings Promotes Peace in South L.A.

“Me and my wife were walking in the neighborhood and they told us to come over to the park. Everyone was nice to us and they gave us food and clothes and we danced and had fun,” said South Los Angeles resident Louis Sanchez. Upwards of 2000 men, women and children made their way to the 3rdAnnual “Church at the Park” held at the historic South Park, located at 345 E. 51st Street in South Los Angeles. Pastor Shep Crawford, and co-pastor, Dr. Shalonda Crawford, of Experience Christian Ministries (ECM), led the festival-styled event, which aimed to promote peace and unity in

Experience Christian Ministries Presents ‘Church at the Park’

Pastor Shep and Dr. Shalonda Crawford of Experience Christian Ministries will host the 3rd Annual Church at the Park on Sunday, August 4, at 11:07 a.m., at the South Park Recreation Center, 345 E. 51st St., in Los Angeles. The free event will feature a worship service, resources and refreshments aimed at uniting Black and Brown residents in South L.A. Participants include Grammy winner Faith Evans, Latin singer Frankie J, recording artist Deitrick Haddon and L.A. Councilman Curren D. Price, Jr. Also on hand will be the artist Roqk Star and the Aids Healthcare Foundation’s Latino Outreach and Understanding Division and

The 2nd Annual Griot Oscar Night Gala Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion Makes its Footprint in Hollywood

The 2nd Annual Griot Oscar Night Gala celebrating Diversity & Inclusion held at the District by Hannah An. Glitz, glamour and stars were the scene as more than six hundred invited guests convened to celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of some of today’s top entertainers, influencers and industry greats who represent in support of diversity and inclusion. 

AIDS HealthCare Foundation Sends Sharp Rebuke of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for World’s Aids Day Messaging

Dec 1, 2018–AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)  once again sharply criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) after it issued a World AIDS Day message promoting HIV prevention and treatment in an email to colleagues in the community. The 400+ word letter/update on HIV/AIDS and prevention in the U.S. failed to make any mention of safer sex or condom use. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should be ashamed of itself for failing to take the opportunity to promote safer sex and condom use on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the first World AIDS Day,” said Michael