World AIDS Day 2020, Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact
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Learn more about the importance of viral supression.
Digital storytelling can be an important outreach tool to promote attention to health and wellness for people who may be at increased risk for acquiring HIV. We believe digital storytelling, like HIV.gov’s Positive Spin series, can create awareness, conversations, and action for those affected by HIV. (If you haven’t checked the series out yet, Positive Spin highlights the personal experiences of five HIV-positive, gay black men who have successfully navigated the HIV care continuum--from diagnosis to treatment and, ultimately, to viral suppression.)
A new video series from the HHS Office of Minority Health uses digital storytelling to personalize the issue of health disparities and encourage a collective response to help end them. That series, Health Equity Change Makers, features 2 people living with HIV.
These digital stories offer ready-made tools to help you capture the interest of your target audiences. And as we look ahead to National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, which will be observed on February 7, 2017, these stories also offer important insights about the impact of HIV in the Black community.
Let us know how you are using digital storytelling to promote change in your community!