Partners are encouraged to post 2015 National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day events. If you would like to post an event please register or sign-in by going to the Partner Registration/Sign-In page.
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Annually, nearly 20,000 Blacks in the United States test positive for HIV, an alarming number, especially if you multiply it times the last ten years alone. That’s 100,000 Blacks who are now living with HIV or may have died from AIDS related complications. It’s time for us to do something different that inspires young and old, gay and straight, religious and non-religious to get on board with realizing the value and worth of Black life and acting accordingly. Bee Busy, Inc. will pickup where we left off last year with the movement to get more African Americans to get tested and know their status. Show Ur Pride will be a testing and social media extravaganza for the Greater Houston areas on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day each year.
Bridging the Gap: Buliding the Workforce that Ends HIV in Atlanta “When We Know Better, We Do Better”
The Official Launch of the Atlanta>AIDS Physucuam Ambassador Campaign & Release of the CDC, NASTAD, Latino Commission on AIDS and Black AIDS Institute Workforce Study.
Intergenerational Black Leadership & Social Justice Conference will take place in the Community Room (Bldg 800) and and Exhibition & Reception will follow in the ME center Rm 101. Parents, youth & educators are encouraged to attend. The conference is free and will include Panelists, workshop sessions on health, history, criminal justice system & more. .
Free Health Event
Northwest Community Center
3955 WD Judge Dr.
Orlando FL, 32808
Saturday, February 7,2015
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
HIV Testing +
Individual Incentives $10.00
Group Incentives $100.00
For more info, Call: (407) 297-1185
Williams & Associates, Inc., and it’s young men’s empowerment initiative, are sponsoring a National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Brunch, in observance of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. The event will include information on the impact of HIV/AIDS on young African American gay and bisexual men. A presentation on the changing landscape of HIV prevention and how this impacts HIV among high risk populations will be presented. The event’s keynote speaker is Michael Sam, the NFL Draft Pick’s first openly gay player. Mr. Sam will speak on the courage it takes to face stigma, homophobia, and the challenges of being upfront about one’s sexual identity.
Free confidential HIV testing and counseling will also be available. All are welcome. To reserve your spot, contact Williams & Associates, Inc., at 314-385-1935.
Community Collaboration/Sponsors: THA 13th Ghost, Bell County Public Health District, KISS 103.1 FM, Word of Life – Substance Abuse & Spiritual Growth Center. FREE HIV/Syphili Testing/Education/Condoms.