The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is the nation’s comprehensive roadmap for responding to the nation’s HIV/AIDS epidemic:
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection disproportionately affects African Americans, with some estimates indicating that African Americans have rates of chronic HCV approximately double that of whites.
The project uses digital storytelling to raise awareness of the stages of the HIV care continuum. It features personal stories of five HIV-positive, gay black men who are living healthy lives with HIV.
Visit Positive Spin to:
- Watch the stories
- Find resources
- Join the conversation on social media at #mypositivespin
Registering for a Virtual Office Hours session gives you one-on-one time with an AIDS.gov social media expert, to ask questions about new media tools, learn strategies that are well-suited to your HIV outreach, and share your organization’s best practices. You can make an appointment just for yourself, or invite other team members who may want to learn about social media.
Learn about how HIV is spread and how to protect yourself.
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See how the Dept. of Health and Human Services is engaged in the response to the epidemic.
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Learn more about Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day here...