(BPRW) National Black HIV/AIDS Consciousness Working day – February 7
(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA, GA — Each individual 12 months, on February 7, folks and corporations across the nation take part in National Black HIV/AIDS Consciousness Working day (NBHAAD) to market HIV avoidance, screening, remedy, and group involvement in black/African American (hereafter referred to as black) communities. Calendar year-round, corporations across the state get portion in collective endeavours to tackle HIV. On the consciousness day, several of those endeavours are highlighted in the media, on the web, and on the ground in communities across the state.
This year’s NBHAAD topic, “We’re in This Together,” highlights the relevance of social support—from friends, household, colleagues, and partners—when addressing HIV in the black group. “We’re in This Together” can tie to an array of messages about avoidance, screening, remedy, and care and to several means out there from the Let us Halt HIV Together campaign. Let us Halt HIV Together encourages the thought that we all have a part to participate in in ending the HIV epidemic. Partners and corporations can use the “We’re in This Together” topic as an anchor phrase to spotlight means to support many endeavours from screening for HIV to talking out about stigma in the black group.
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