"There is a part of you that wants to serve and make a difference, but you just can’t seem to figure it out. If this speaks to you as you find yourself just existing, feeling numb and desperate for a deeper connection, but aren’t sure how to get it…you need a cure. That cure is contribution. "

‘I Don’t Live With HIV. HIV Lives With Me’: Gay, Black, HIV-Positive | MSNBC

My Story by Robert Cecil Brooks III

"For several years, even before my diagnosis I have devoted my time and money to such causes; AIDS Walk, Breast Cancer Walk, Dance Workshops @ Community Based Organizations (Small and Large Non-Profit), Soup Kitchens, Hospitals and In-school Teachings. However, the need to encourage conversations and take actions based on the injustices of the World and in Local Communities.

Brooklyn Rock-n-Roll Half Marathon

Practice Patience and keep up with the pace!!!

Posted by Robert Cecil Brooks III on Saturday, October 8, 2016

Robert Cecil Brooks III making strides in his life (pun intended).

Surviving an Epidemic

Surviving an Epidemic

In an effort to educate, and fight stigma in the community. Revolution Books hosted an amazing panel on how to open up a conversation about HIV!

The Jomil Luna Show January 5, 2016

HIV does not define me

HIV nor any other disease should ever define a person. I commend Robert Brooks for being a brave advocate and a positive role model for so many. Let us celebrate people such as Robert for the positive work they are doing in the community and let that define him.

Dance Mogul Magazine Article