National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
February 7, 2014
EDUCATE. TEST. INVOLVE. TREAT.
who we are
our epidemic snapshot
let's end AIDS now
what's going on?
what's on your mind
2014 Black AIDS Day Masthead Image
2014 Theme Selection
When it comes to stemming the tide of HIV /AIDS in Black communities throughout the United States and Diaspora, nobody is on the way to save our people. We are the ones who are responsible for saving one another.
This theme reflects the work necessary for all those who believe in a healthy future for Black People.
In 1999, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness was conceptualized by five organizations funded by the CDC. It started with three focal points: Get Educated, Get Tested, and Get Involved.
In 2006, Healthy Black Communities, Inc. became the lead organization and added Get Treated as the fourth component. In 2011, the CDC abandoned the initiative and original website.
CDC to HBC
Learn the facts about HIV/AIDS
and share what you know.
While you doing all that kissing, better get tested and know your status.
Future generations are depending on us to do the right thing NOW.
We need you to be here as long as you can and as healthy as you can be.
Black AIDS Day 2014
From CDC to HBC
NBHAAD's Long History
NBHAAD's Focal Points
Learn them & know them
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