Alicia Keys is part of the Empowered campaign.

Friday, October 23, is the annual Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living With HIV, an awareness day spearheaded by the Positive Women’s Network-USA (PWN-USA). Events and campaigns are held throughout the country to raise awareness of the fact that HIV-positive women are more likely to experience intimate partner violence than women who are HIV negative.

Earlier this week, the Greater than AIDS team launched a campaign titled “Empowered: Women, HIV & Intimate Partner Violence.” The campaign includes videos, informational graphics and social media content—search for the hashtag #WeAreEmpowered—and it was produced in partnership with the National Domestic Violence Hotline, loveisrespect, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, PWN-USA and The Well Project, with additional support from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

This year, PWN-USA is seeking to make trauma-informed care a part of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy objectives and a legacy of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program. For details on that effort and how you can support it, click here.

And for a PWN-USA press release about the Day of Action—including a webinar of relevant info and a list of five things you can do to support the cause—click here.

The October events coincide with the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.