Young people are hosting creative events all across the country in honor of this year’s NYHAAD.
In Detroit, S.A.V.E.T.H.E.M. is “stomping out” HIV at their annual step show competition. In Atlanta, folks are celebrating V-Day in April at Georgia State University’s performance of the Vagina Monologues and free testing clinic. And all over the country, people will be joining HEYO Youth Program for a Twitter chat discussing the impact of HIV in youth communities!
Don’t see an event in your hometown, or looking for an opportunity to participate? You can host your own event in recognition of National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (and receive materials to set up your own awesome light display, shown here) to educate the public about the impact of HIV and AIDS on young people, and highlight the amazing work young people and their allies are doing across the country to fight the HIV & AIDS epidemic.
Register your event here by March 30, 2015 to receive materials.
Thanks for all you do,
Program Coordinator, Health & Social Equity
Advocates for Youth
The countdown to National Youth HIV AIDS Awareness Day has begun! Join young people across the nation as they lead efforts to end the AIDS epidemic. See what events folks are hosting in your town, or register to host your own! http://ow.ly/KGSqj #NYHAAD