Misconceptions of HIV and AIDS are still prevalent after many years of evidence-based data refuting these myths. A helpful resource is amfor.org which outlines a comprehensive list of questions that are answered beginning with the question of “What is HIV?” to “How Can I Fight HIV/AIDS?”. Visit their site here.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
National HIV Testing Day
National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
World AIDS Day
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Longevity and lessons learned have brought us to this place. For more than 30 years, there has been fear, ignorance, stigma, loss, and scientific advances associated with HIV and AIDS. The African American AIDS Awareness Action Alliance is asking people in the community to join our efforts in reaching out to those who don’t know their status and do not know that they are at risk.
Where there is ignorance let reason prevail, where there is stigma let open-minds consider, where there is fear let courage win, where there is disregard let there be compassion. Please work with your spheres of influence as your voices are needed to help amplify our message to end HIV.