Join the Bipartisan Congressional HIV/AIDS Caucus!

HIV/AIDS remains one of the greatest humanitarian crises of our time. More than 35 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the start of the epidemic. There are more than 36.7 million people living with HIV worldwide, including more than
2 million children. And here at home, more than 1.1 million people are living with HIV in the United States, but 1 in 7 of them remain unaware.  

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DEADLINE TOMORROW: Co-Sponsor Resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

I write you invite you to become an original co-sponsor of my resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. On February 7, individuals and organizations across the nation will mobilize and advocate for HIV testing and treatment, focusing on
outreach in Black communities.  During National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), activists will focus on education, testing, involvement, and treatment.  NBHAAD was founded by five national organizations in 1999 to raise awareness and provide capacity-building
assistance to Black communities and organizations.

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Co-Sponsor Resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

I write you invite you to become an original co-sponsor of my resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. On February 7, individuals and organizations across the nation will mobilize and advocate for HIV testing and treatment, focusing on
outreach in Black communities.  During National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), activists will focus on education, testing, involvement, and treatment.  NBHAAD was founded by five national organizations in 1999 to raise awareness and provide capacity-building
assistance to Black communities and organizations.

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Co-Sponsor Resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

I write you invite you to become an original co-sponsor of my resolution supporting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. On February 7, individuals and organizations across the nation will mobilize and advocate for HIV testing and treatment, focusing on
outreach in Black communities.  During National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), activists will focus on education, testing, involvement, and treatment.  NBHAAD was founded by five national organizations in 1999 to raise awareness and provide capacity-building
assistance to Black communities and organizations.

Read More