AIDS epidemic in Africa
December 4, 2001
A lecture with slides by Dr. Lucy Steinitz, who for the past three years has worked for Catholic AIDS Action in Namibia, Africa. Dr. Steinitz Received a master's degree from the Brandeis Hornstein Program in Jewish Communal Services and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.
The event was sponsored by the following Brandeis Departments and Programs:
Brandeis Adult Learning Institute, Rabb School of Summer and Continuing Studies, National Women's Committee, Heller Graduate School for Social Policy & Management, Sustainable International Development Program, Hornstein Program in Jewish Communal Service, Office of Brandeis President Jehuda Reinharz, International Center for Ethics, Justice & Public Life, African & Afro-American Studies, Sociology Department, Peach & Conflict Studies, Intercultural Center, and The Chaplaincy, including Father David Michael, The Reverend Nathaniel Mays, and Rabbi Allan Lehmann.