August 6, 2016

Black Women Speak Rally

Black Women Speak Rally provides a space where black women can connect with each other and form supportive relationships. Through networking and fellowship they work to confront the racism and sexism encountered in their everyday lives. This program is held quarterly and led by PCAF staff member, Cana Caldwell. … Read more →

May 17, 2016

Duane’s Farewell

Help us send Duane off in style!  After over 8 years as PCAF’s Executive Director, Duane is moving on. Join us as we thank him for his years of service. Refreshments will be served.

  • Tuesday, May 17
  • 5:30pm-7:00 pm
  • PCAF Tacoma Office: 3009 S 40th St
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March 24, 2016

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

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Join us on Thursday, March 24th for a panel discussion with women in our community living with HIV. The panel begins at 6pm and will be held in the community room at the PCAF Tacoma office (3009 S 40th Street, Tacoma).

For more information, please contact Cana by phone 253-722-0708 or email… Read more →

January 10, 2016

It’s a Wrap! Art AIDS America Free Closing Party

“Help TAM send Art AIDS America off in style!”

PCAF and other community partners have joined together to plan and coordinate a closing party for the groundbreaking exhibition, Art AIDS America. This is a free community event held at the Tacoma Art Museum from 12:00pm-4:00pm

Make sure you drop by because starting at 2pm is the Condom Couture Fashion Show where six teams (including teams from PCAF) compete for a $250 cash prize.… Read more →

December 10, 2015

Screening of “Calling My Children”

Gail Farrow was a 27-year-old woman, the mother of four sons, who was living with and who died of AIDS in 1989. David Binder began this project in 1988 when, as a photojournalist, he first started photographing Gail, with whom he spent a year and half every day documenting her last year of life and her family’s adjustment to their lives without her.… Read more →

October 23, 2015

My Brother Kissed Mark Zuckerberg


“My Brother Kissed Mark Zuckerberg” is a one-man play featuring writer-­performer Peter Serko. The production tells the true story of Peter’s younger brother David’s life and death from AIDS. While close, the two brothers spend almost twenty years living apart leading very different lives. When David is diagnosed with HIV in 1988, his diagnosis brings a sense of urgency to their relationship transforming both men and forever changing Peter’s life.… Read more →