World AIDS Day 2020, Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact
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This month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded the national HIV awareness and anti-stigma campaign, Let’s Stop HIV Together™, including the launch of a Spanish-language version of the campaign, Detengamos Juntos el VIH™. The campaign now includes new participants, more materials in both Spanish and English, and HIV awareness and testing information in Spanish through the new website. Highlights of the expanded campaign include:
New Spanish materials on the Spanish-language version of the Act Against AIDS website include:
Campaign activities conducted with local health departments and community-based organizations are taking place in selected cities—Los Angeles and Miami initially. In these cities, a full range of advertising —outdoor, transit, online —will promote the new campaign. A Spanish-language PSA will also air on local TV and radio stations, and both Spanish and English PSAs will run nationwide.
There are a variety of ways that you can get involved in the campaign.
Let’s Stop HIV Together™ launched in July 2012 and features people living with HIV and their loved ones or friends. The campaign raises awareness about the impact of HIV and reduces stigma by showing that people living with HIV are mothers, fathers, friends, partners, brothers, sisters, coworkers, sons, and daughters. People living with HIV are part of the fabric of our families and valued members of our communities. The campaign is a part of CDC’s Act Against AIDS initiative, which was launched by the White House, the Department of Health and Human Services, and CDC in 2009.