Resources Resources The Black Faith & HIV movement is powered by the COMPASS Initiative® Faith Coordinating Center and focuses on empowering communities to disrupt and shift the culture around faith and HIV. Links Tags: All Videos Website Links Books Show All Resources 524 Fight Stigma with Access, Mobilization and Equity Ted Talk Loading... 611 Solutions to HIV Cure's Ethical Challenges Ted Talk Loading... 35 Wake Forest University School of Divinity Faith Coordinating Center Loading... 23 AIDSVu Online AIDS & HIV Interactive Map Understanding HIV where you live Loading... 13 Gilead COMPASS Initiative Partnership Funding Source Loading... 46 Old North State Medical Society Medical Partner Loading... 68 A Lens of Love: Reading the Bible in Its World for... Book Loading... 44 My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the ... Book Loading... 33 The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in... Book Loading... 22 The Sexual Politics of Black Churches Book Loading... 13 Power Within Reach - Faith and HIV in the Southern... Video Loading... 24 Black Sexuality, the Church, and Living Faith - FC... Video Loading... 42 Blessings & Barriers: Using storytelling to challe... Video Loading... 23 HIV Cure Research Day | Curing HIV: Healing the Mi... Video Loading... 61 Update on HIV/AIDS in the American South - FCC Vir... Video Loading... 13 Establishing Interfaith Partnerships - FCC Virtual... Video Loading... 17 Love, Faith, and Acceptance of Transgender Women -... Video Loading... 19 How to Use Social Media & Analytics - FCC Virtual ... Video Loading... 12 My Faith. My Story. National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Video Loading... 22 NAACP report and toolkit - Google Drive Document Loading... Subscribe First Name Last Name Email SubscribeSelect all that apply General Newsletter Faith leader toolkit Black family & LGBTQ toolkit Power Within Reach toolkit NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Our Partners The COMPASS Initiative® Faith Coordinating Center focuses on preparing ministry and nonprofit leaders to address the needs of vulnerable populations.