(BPRW) National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – February 7 | Press releases

(BPRW) National Black HIV/AIDS Recognition Working day – February 7

(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA, GA — Every single year, on February 7, individuals and organizations throughout the nation take part in National Black HIV/AIDS Recognition Working day (NBHAAD) to endorse HIV avoidance, tests, treatment method, and neighborhood involvement in black/African American (hereafter referred to as black) communities. Calendar year-spherical, organizations throughout the state get portion in collective endeavours to handle HIV.  On the recognition day, quite a few of these endeavours are highlighted in the media, on line, and on the floor in communities throughout the state.

Get Concerned

This year’s NBHAAD theme, “We’re in This Alongside one another,” highlights the great importance of social support—from friends, loved ones, colleagues, and partners—when addressing HIV in the black neighborhood. “We’re in This Alongside one another” can tie to an array of messages about avoidance, tests, treatment method, and treatment and to quite a few sources accessible from the Let us End HIV Alongside one another campaign. Let us End HIV Alongside one another promotes the thought that we all have a function to participate in in ending the HIV epidemic.  Partners and organizations can use the “We’re in This Alongside one another” theme as an anchor phrase to spotlight techniques to guidance numerous endeavours from tests for HIV to talking out about stigma in the black neighborhood.

Get the Term Out

Share these posts and the accompanying photos or GIFs on social media or down load much more photos to share on linezip icon. If creating your individual posts, we encourage you to include #NBHAAD and #StopHIVTogether to get NBHAAD material trending. Be confident to comply with us on line for much more sources and social media material introduced the week of NBHAAD.

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