Twenty-five years after the emergence of HIV/AIDS, what does the landscape look like? Who is the most vulnerable and why? What is the reality of AIDS? Marjorie Hill, a pioneer in dealing with HIV/AIDS, will candidly respond to these questions and evaluate the progress that has been made in combating this epidemic. As a licensed clinical psychologist and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the nation’s oldest AIDS service organization, Hill has consulted and lectured on issues of cultural diversity, HIV/AIDS in communities of color, and homophobia.