National Black HIV/ AIDS Awareness 2019

February 7th is National Black HIV/ AIDS Awareness Day, a day celebrated for raising awareness for this epidemic in black communities. Similar to World AIDS Day on Dec 1st, the 7th of Feb is meant to raise awareness, show support for those who suffer & remember the people we have lost.
Woman in front of a purple wall with her hands raised as in prayer


Moving Forward

Although this day originated in the US, it is one that people across the globe can observe & celebrate. Keeping AIDS/ HIV in the public mind & showing those who live with it that they are not alone. These awareness days are also to remind governments of the world that this epidemic is not going away.

AIDS/ HIV Resources

The links below are resources for those anyone interested in learning more about this epidemic. Knowledge & acceptance are the first steps in the fight.
Global statistics
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
International AIDS society
Kaiser Family Foundation
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/ AIDS
World Health Organization

Get Involved Today!

To learn more about National Black HIV/ AIDS Awareness Day, visit & if you want to give directly to the cause we’d love for you to get involved with ROWAN directly.

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