Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and Black History month, join us for our special programing highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in the black community and how we move forward – together – stronger .
This will be a candid talk about how HIV and Stigma affects the black community , paneled by local and national activist from around the United States. Our featured guests comes from all walks of life and represent the LGBTQ aspect with a special focus on the intersections with other Straight Identified populations. We will be live streaming on the DC Centers Facebook page. All are welcome to join us.
What is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is observed annually in February to increase awareness, spark conversations, and highlight the work being done to reduce the risks and effects of HIV in Black or African American communities throughout the United States. This is also a time to show support for people living with HIV within the Black Community and recognize how we all are at risk, no matter who we are, how we look, or what our sexual orientations may be.