“The Pocket Square Project” improves lives of children living with HIV

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (November 29, 2015) -- "The Pocket Square Project" is an Indianapolis based initiative to improve the lives of children with HIV.

For World AIDS Day, they're sponsoring an event with a silent auction, food and fashion.

Dr Rachel Vreeman from the IU Center for Global Health, who's also the executive director for the Pocket Square Project, stopped by to talk about the event.

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