February 7th is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
More than 60 Black celebrities are joining the Greater Than AIDS campaign to shine a spotlight on the high rates of HIV infection in the Black community.
Black Americans account for nearly half of all new HIV infections each year, yet make up just 13 percent of the population. It’s time to unite and bring this disproportionate epidemic to an end.
Actors, musicians, and entertainers all volunteered their time and voices for Greater Than AIDS because HIV touches all of us. Please help us spread the message and reduce the stigma surrounding HIV by sharing the Greater Than AIDS celebrity video Tuesday.
Watch this video and share it with people you care about on this important day. Together, we can be Greater Than AIDS. For more information, visit: GreaterThan.org
(Source: Greater Than AIDS)
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