On March 20, AIDSVu recognizes National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD), a day to raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on Native American communities and the importance of prevention, testing, and treatment. On National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s work to overcome these barriers and support the health and well-being of all Native communities. The theme for NNHAAD is “Weaving our Horizon: Strength. CommUnity. Equity.”
Share these social media posts and infographics with #NNHAAD to help spark conversations about HIV in the American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) community.
- Today is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a time to honor the strength and resilience of American Indian/Alaska Native communities impacted by HIV/AIDS. Let’s raise awareness, break down stigma, and support access to prevention, testing, and treatment. #NNHAAD
- Native communities are disproportionately impacted by HIV/AIDS, but we can make progress toward health equity through culturally responsive care and community-based initiatives. On National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s take action to end the HIV epidemic. #NNHAAD
- On National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s work to address the systemic barriers that limit access to care and resources for Native communities and strive for health justice for all. #NNHAAD