Despite persistent discrimination, prejudice, and mistrust in the medical community, Black communities make significant progress in reducing HIV. However, these obstacles may still influence Black people’s decision to seek and receive HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
Share the social media posts below to help spark conversations about HIV and highlight progress being made to reduce HIV among Black people.
Caption 1: Join us today on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day as we pay tribute to the Black community’s unwavering commitment to ending HIV. From raising awareness to supporting research, the collective efforts of Black advocates are making a difference. Together, we can create a future free from HIV.
Hashtags: #NBHAAD #StopHIVTogether #BreakTheStigma #KnowYourStatus #UnitedAgainstHIV