Understanding HIV 101
In this course, learners will gain knowledge on the basics of HIV, examine the HIV epidemic in the United States, study the HIV Care Continuum, and explore HIV prevention methods.
Video: Understanding the Basics of HIV00:21:38
Quiz: Understanding HIV 101
Video: Understanding the HIV Epidemic in the United States00:36:21
Quiz: Understanding the HIV Epidemic in the United States
Video: Understanding the HIV Care Continuum00:41:00
Quiz: Understanding the HIV Care Continuum
Video: Understanding HIV Prevention00:00:00
Quiz: Understanding HIV Prevention
Biblical and Social Justice
The Biblical Social Justice course is designed to help participants understand and engage with the intersection of faith, justice, and the marginalized. The course is led by Gigi Kazi and covers a wide range of topics, including God's design for justice and equity, the role of Old Testament prophets and principles in understanding justice, the revolutionary message of Jesus in relation to empire, and the importance of community in the pursuit of justice.
Throughout the course, participants will be encouraged to engage with their own lived experiences and use them as a tool to more deeply understand scripture. This includes an examination of oppressive ideologies and theologies that are often presented as the norm, and how they contribute to the oppression of marginalized communities. The course also includes a focus on the intersection of race and faith, and how the American church has historically been complicit in racism.
In addition to the course content, the course includes a variety of resources such as books, podcasts, artists, organizations, and scholars to help participants continue their journey of learning and understanding. These resources include works by authors such as Lisa Sharon Harper, Jamar Tissie, Dr. Angela Parker, and Dr. Renita Weems, as well as organizations such as Divesting from Whiteness and The Witness Foundation.
The course is designed for people who are interested in understanding and engaging with social justice issues from a faith-based perspective. It is particularly relevant for those who are looking to deconstruct and decolonize their inherited faith, and for those who are looking to connect their faith with their work for justice. The course is approximately 7 hours long and is divided into 6 modules.
God’s Design & Purpose00:20:00
The Prophets and Principles of Justice00:22:00
Jesus, Justice, and Empire00:18:06
The Marginalized and the Church00:17:38
Trauma Informed Leadership
Complex & Intergenerational Trauma, and The Window of Tolerance00:24:00
Reconnecting to the Body00:14:6
Co-Regulation and Neuroplasticity00:17:44
Leadership and Grounding Skills00:26:12
In this course, learners will gain knowledge on the basics of HIV community engagement, faith-based HIV stakeholder engagement, evaluation, and best practices to apply for funding and ensure sustainability.
Best Practices in HIV Community Engagement00:30:05
Innovations in Community Engagement00:32:19
HIV Engagement in Faith Spaces00:39:58
Funding & Sustainability00:47:27