Voice, a national HIV organization for young adults, is
joining forces with Sex, Etc., an award-winning
teen-written sexual health magazine and Web site, for the
2006 Road to Hope national speaking tour. The Student
Global AIDS Campaign, a youth AIDS activist group,
already is participating in the upcoming tour, which
includes 18 stops at colleges and universities across the
Each tour stop
will include talks by HIV-positive youths as well as HIV
prevention information from local AIDS organizations.
Hope's Voice also will record a webcast that
will be available on Sex, Etc.'s Web site at
www.sexetc.org beginning April 12.
The Sex, Etc. Web site also will host two live
online chats with Road to Hope speakers, at 8 P.M. on
April 16 and 8 P.M. on April 20.
Sex, Etc., is a project of the Rutgers
University-based Network for Family Life Education.
partnership joins two organizations that understand the
unique power of peer-to-peer education and
communication in helping young people becoming
sexually healthy adults," says Stacie Steinbock,
online content manager for Sex, Etc., in a
press statement. "At the heart of our work is a
respect for the needs of young people, especially as
they navigate sexual health choices in increasingly
complicated times. With Hope's Voice, we offer teens
straightforward and honest answers to their sexual
health questions, and give them a place to air their
concerns and share their compelling stories."
about the Road to Hope Tour and a list of tour stops,
call (212) 459-1599 or go online to www.hopesvoice.org. (The