Events to commemorate NBHAAD are planned in all but 12 states. To find NBHAAD events in your area, visit www.blackaidsday.org or www.nationalblackaidsday.org.
Why dose it have to be black HIV an AIDs awareness? Why so much notice on a race? Its not like its just one type of person to get the virus... shouldnt it just be HIV/AIDs awareness day? There really needs stop bein so much label an moveing towards one side... forget gay or straight an forget black an white... its people an people
@Baxcel -- you perfectly illustrate the need for "Black AIDS Awareness". After reading the article, you still want to pretend that the HIV situation is not different in the Black community. This is not blame or criticism, it is FACING THE TRUTH, so things can be made better. I understand that facing truth, post-slavery, is still hard, but it is causing deaths to keep pretending.
There are several HIV/AIDS Awareness days throughout the year, each promoting testing and awareness within specific communities hit especially hard by the epidemic. National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - Feb 7 National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - March 10 National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - March 20 HIV Vaccine Awareness Day - May 18 National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - May 19 Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - June 8 National HIV Testing Day - June 27 National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day - September 18 National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - September 27 National Latino AIDS Awareness Day - October 15 World AIDS Day - December 1