On February 7, AIDSVu recognizes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a day dedicated to raising awareness of the disproportionate impact of HIV on Black communities and the importance of increasing access to HIV education, testing, treatment, and prevention services.
Share these social media posts and infographics with #NBHAAD to help spark conversations about HIV and highlight progress being made to reduce HIV among Black people.
- Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day to acknowledge progress in HIV prevention and care among Black/African American people, while recognizing the work still needed. To #StopHIVTogether, we must address HIV stigma and barriers. #NBHAAD
- Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day #NBHAAD. This #NBHAAD, we celebrate #HIV prevention, testing, and treatment efforts in reducing HIV in the Black community, but our work is not done.
- National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (Feb 7) is a day to address the impact of HIV on Black communities. Together, we can work to overcome structural barriers to HIV testing, prevention, and treatment. #NBHAAD #StopHIVTogether