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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a chance to get the word out that HIV is preventable.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Spotlights Louisiana’s High Rate of HIV Diagnoses
Black Americans represent 42% of new HIV cases but only 14% of the U.S. population. Amid challenges, progress has been made.
AIDS United CEO Jesse Milan Jr. represented the HIV community during a recent congressional briefing on NBHAAD. Here’s what he said.
It’s not race itself but the lingering effects of racism and community disinvestment that lead to higher HIV rates among Black people.
Black Americans make up 43% of new HIV cases but only 12% of the U.S. population. NBHAAD efforts focus on health equity.
To quote Audre Lorde: “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle, because we do not lead single-issue lives.”
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic.
Ending the Epidemic Initiative data highlights racial disparities in HIV prevention, care and treatment for Black New Yorkers.
The Haven empowers Black and Latino LGBTQ people by offering HIV and hepatitis C testing, PrEP and more.
Why HIV and COVID-19 are racial justice issues—and what the Black, Queer+ Center for Liberation is doing about it.
In 2019, Black Americans represented 13% of the U.S. population but 43% of new HIV cases. Get informed for Sunday’s #NBHAAD.
Awareness days help educate the general public and specific communities about HIV/AIDS.
On National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s not forget that older adults of color are at risk too.
In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2020.
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