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Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day is a day to educate public about impact of HIV and AIDS on youth.
Share your stories and space to educate and elevate young HIV advocates, writes Whitney Thomas.
#NYHAAD is Saturday, April 10, and youth HIV advocates want your help to repeal HIV discrimination. Here’s their plan.
Meet AIDS United’s Laura Gerson—a powerful force for change for young people.
Here’s a mentorship tool kit to help youth with HIV develop the confidence and skills needed to navigate the health care system.
“Brave spaces” are needed, says Lamar Brown-Noguera of AIDS Project Worcester. Here’s how the group is adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis.
Annual awareness days help to educate the general public and specific communities about HIV/AIDS.
This mini-episode of “Kikis with Louie” ensures that more people have access to testing information.
“Most young people don’t understand the impact that it can have,” says Bryan Thompson of AIDS United.
About 60 percent of young people living with HIV don’t know their status.
Social media casts a spotlight on youth working to end the epidemic.
Annual awareness days help to educate the public in general and specific groups in particular about HIV/AIDS.
The HRC Foundation offers a (free!) “HIV 101” guide for students and educators.
Only 23 percent of sexually active high school students have been tested for HIV.
Louie Ortiz-Fonseca works for the health of LGBT youth.
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