They then did a table talk with 10 women in Baton Rouge at an organization called Aspirations, Spoke to 21 young men at Morehouse College in Atlanta, joined Masonia Trayor at a coffee shop to meet with other women of color and was invited to attend the New Orleans at LIPS LOUISIANA INTEGRATED PREVENTION & SERViCES MEETING. Recording and live streaming every moment to show the reality and impact of stigma towards HIV in women of color, how mental health plays a part in getting diagnosed, and how open conversations and living outside of the shadows can reduce that stigma and fear. The drive involved a vehicle with magnets conveying messages about U=U, messages about getting tested, PrEP and logos/magnets of organizations sponsoring the drive. We spoke to approximately 200 individuals and at Morehouse college out of the 21 young men 17 said they will get tested regularly, 12 said they will look into accessing PrEP and 18 of the young men said they will speak to others about what they learned. All 10 women at the table talk in Baton Rouge, LA said they will get tested regularly, will speak to others women about PrEP and U=U. All the women were surprised at how language is important when speaking about HIV.