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Tulsa CARES to show HIV/AIDS Art Exhibit Tonight

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Marianne Wetherill and Jennifer Briggs packing the car and headed out to Foolish Things Coffee Company for tonight's opening. Marianne Wetherill and Jennifer Briggs packing the car and headed out to Foolish Things Coffee Company for tonight's opening.

Tulsa CARES is looking to spark conversation about HIV/AIDS through an art exhibit, Monday evening.

They are planning on showing Oklahomans' life experiences with HIV/AIDS through photos.

The event will begin at 6:00 p.m. and take place at Foolish Things Cafe in Downtown Tulsa.

"Tulsa CARES staff, clients and Board of Directors invite you to learn more about the personal life experiences of people living with HIV/AIDS in our community and the impact of HIV nationally and in Oklahoma," said Marianne Wetherill, Tulsa CARES Director of Support Services.

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