National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

February 7th

The day was founded by 5 National Organizations (Concerned Black Men Inc, of Philadelphia; Health Watch Information and Promotion Services, Inc; Jackson State University-Mississippi Urban Research; National Black Alcoholism and Addiction Council; and National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS). This awareness day is overseen by the National BHAAD Strategic Leadership Council. There are 4 primary targets of the day: education, testing, involvement and treatment. Healthy Black Communities (HBC) serves as the lead organization for this mobilizing initiative.

For more information, please visit: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day