• National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Marks 11th Year

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    February 7, 2011 marks the 11th year of the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. With all of the information dispersed out here for us, the numbers of infected African-Americans women and men are still rising.  Why?

    Do you know your Status?  Do the people in your family and friend circles know theirs?

    Check out these 5 national organization for more information:

    Centers For Diseases Control and Prevention

    Alliances for Quality Education, Inc.

    Healthy Black Communities, Inc.

    National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS

    My Brother’s Keeper Inc.

    Multi-Cultural Addictions Network, Inc.

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