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The Well Project Mar 20
Today, March 20, is National Native HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. Fact: From 2011 to 2015, the number of HIV diagnoses increased by 38% among American Indians & Alaska Natives. We have keep working to build awareness and provide support.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Mar 20
Today is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. 1 in 5 HIV+ indigenous people don’t know their status. We must stand with our native communities to end the stigma and end .
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Rep. Deb Haaland Mar 20
Native American communities face unique challenges to address HIV/AIDS, especially because access to health care is an ongoing struggle. That's why we observe National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
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Human Rights Campaign Mar 20
On National Native HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (), is proud to honor the work of Native advocates working to raise awareness to end the epidemic in Indigenous communities.
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Human Rights Campaign Mar 20
"It’s important to me & a lot of Indigenous folks because it shows visibility that HIV is also within our Indigenous communities." On National Native HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (), read about the impact of HIV & AIDS within Indigenous communities.
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HIV.gov Mar 20
Today we observe National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Learn more about the observance on our blog.
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Parrish Digital Mar 20
Today, we recognize the first day of Spring & the re-birth of the seasons. We also honor National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day to promote awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS among our Native people... (1)
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Human Rights Campaign Mar 20
"We are not to be forgotten or romanticized. We experience the same health disparities that other ethnicities and races face." Native activists are raising awareness and fighting HIV & AIDS stigma this National Native HIV & AIDS Awareness Day ().
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AIDS United Mar 20
Today is Nat'l Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Members of the Native Community chose to observe on the Spring Equinox b/c, for many, it represents a time of equality, balance, and new beginnings; a celebration of life for all people. Learn more at
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International AIDS Conference Mar 20
“Indigenous healthcare needs to be front and centre in the national conversation, yet to this day it remains painfully ignored.” Coordinator Trevor Stratton reflects on the inequalities faced by Indigenous communities in the response
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HHS.gov Mar 20
Today, we join in marking National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day–a day to acknowledge those who are affected and create a greater awareness of the risks of in Indian country:
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HRSA Mar 20
Today recognizes ! In 2017, 84.4% of American Indian/Alaska Native /AIDS Program clients receiving HIV medical care were virally suppressed. For more information, visit
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NASTAD Mar 20
Today is ! With over 566 federally recognized tribes and 170 spoken indigenous languages, cultural diversity and stigma may be one of the greatest obstacles in . We must unite together to !
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Elton John AIDS Fdn Mar 20
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From 2011 to 2015, the number of HIV diagnoses increased by 38% among American Indians and Alaska Natives. If we want to end AIDS for all people by 2030, we need to include these communities in our conversations about access to treatment and prevention tools.
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HHS.gov Mar 20
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2019: Learn how tribal communities will be impacted by the administration's historic initiative from Principal Deputy Dir. Rear Adm. Michael Weahkee. For more info, visit .
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International Observatory of Human Rights Mar 20
Cultural diversity can pose a challenge in prevention. celebrates to raise awareness of the presence of HIV/AIDS in Native communities and help to . Learn more via :
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POZ Magazine Mar 21
"The opioid and epidemics, two of the most pressing public health challenges of our time, are increasingly intertwined." - Zach Ford, Program Manager at drug use
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IndianHealthService Mar 20
On National Native /AIDS Awareness Day, IHS Chief Medical Officer Rear Adm. Michael Toedt joins , , and ’s Dr. Laura Cheever at to talk about the plan to .
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ADM Brett P. Giroir Mar 20
I’m proud to see the critically involved in initiatives to end the HIV epiemic in Indian Country on National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
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APLA Health Mar 20
March 20th is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! From 2010 to 2016, the annual number of HIV diagnoses increased 46% (from 157 to 230) among American Indians/Alaska Natives overall and 81% (from 90 to 163) among AI/AN gay and bisexual men.
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