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Despite declining infection rates and advances in treatment and care, HIV continues to disproportionately impact Black communities living in the U.S. South. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

We are making a change in the South and we want you our community advocates, leader, and policymakers to join us!

That’s why we’re launching the Organizing to End Black HIV Now, a campaign focused on organizing and mobilizing Black HIV leaders and advocates on the front lines of ending the epidemic in the U.S. South.

 
 

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#FACTS: HIV impacts Black communities in the South more than any other community in the U.S. Here’s how Black leaders and HIV advocates on the front lines are making a difference: http://bit.ly/EndBlackHIV. #EndBlackHIV #HIV #SBPAN #NBHAAD

Black community leaders are putting an end to HIV in the South. Will you join them? http://bit.ly/EndBlackHIV. #EndBlackHIV #HIV #SBPAN #NBHAAD

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The Southern Black Policy & Advocacy Network is a non-profit advocacy organization focused on improving health outcomes and to reduce social, and economic disparities impacting Black communities living in the U.S. South.