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Join AIDS.gov in Facing AIDS for World AIDS Day, Decmember 1, 2010

For the past two years, we’ve asked people from across the country (and around the world) to share why they are Facing AIDS in honor of World AIDS Day, December 1. Facing AIDS is an initiative based on a simple idea: we believe that we are stronger together, and that by sharing our faces and…

Recap of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day 2010 Posts

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Agencies across the Federal government are observing National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) today, October 15th. This week we've heard from Federal and community leaders about the importance of NLAAD and this year's theme, Save a Life. It might be your own. Get tested for HIV. According to the CDC, the rate of new AIDS…

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day: Save a life. It might be your own. Get tested for HIV

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

Today October 15th is both the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month and National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD). In 2003, NLAAD was established in response to the impact of HIV and AIDS on Hispanic/Latino communities nationwide. NLAAD is a national community mobilization and social marketing campaign that unites the Hispanic/Latino community in efforts to raise HIV…

Commemorating National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

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On this National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, October 15, 2010, the leadership of the Hispanic/Latino HIV/AIDS community is assembling an impressive national grassroots network of community based organization and HIV/AIDS services providers to focus attention on the many challenges related to HIV prevention, testing, and treatment facing the Hispanic/Latino community. This year’s awareness day theme…

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

Dr. Howard Koh

“Save a Life, It May be your Own. Get Tested for HIV.” That is the message for this year’s National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD), which our nation will observe this Friday, October 15. On NLAAD, we pause to remember those we have lost to AIDS-related illnesses. According to the Centers for Disease Control and…

Latino Community Leaders Meet in Washington D.C. to Talk about HIV

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There were two events last week where leaders from the Latino community came together to talk about HIV. The first event was a meeting at the White House on implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in the Latino Community. Watch a recorded video of the event here . In addition, the Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA)…

Changing How We Think about HIV Awareness

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AIDS.gov funded 17 organizations serving communities of color, other communities at highest risk of HIV, and people living with HIV. The funding was intended to stimulate and support the organizations’ efforts to use new media to plan for and support HIV prevention, testing, treatment and care activities and to share best practices within communities at…

Focusing HIV Prevention Efforts on Gay and Bisexual Men

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Today is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. For me, every day is an “awareness day” about HIV/AIDS.  I feel it is important for me to talk about it, because I am increasingly concerned that many in the LGBT community don’t. I am worried about the kids out there and the generation that hasn’t seen…