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National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 20

American Indian and Alaska Native communities need increased education, testing, and treatment to fight HIV. On March 20, we acknowledge that cultural strengths can guide effective prevention and treatment strategies to support every American Indian and Alaska Native living with or at risk of getting HIV. 

By fostering community awareness and promoting culturally sensitive health initiatives, we can work towards reducing HIV and improve the quality of life for everyone.

Caption: Today is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, created to address the impact of HIV on Indigenous, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian people. We can help #StopHIVTogether by learning about the specific needs of these communities and by advocating for accessible health care, culturally competent support, and inclusive awareness campaigns. Let’s make a difference together! 

Hashtags: #StopHIVTogether #NNHAAD

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