National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day was first observed in 2007. This day is observed on the first day of Spring each year. The 2020 observance was recognized on March 20th.
The 2020 theme was “Resiliency + Action: Ending the HIV Epidemic in Native Communities.”
The National Native HIV Network plans the observance each year.
Awareness Days Calendar Card (PDF 1.39 MB)
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Use the hashtag #NNHAAD.
Watch this Facebook Live video for tips on using social media for HIV/AIDS observances.
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Register for the March 20th “National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Discussion” webinar offered by the Legacy Project at noon (Eastern). Presenters will address the importance of community inclusion and consultation for providers and researchers partnering with Native Americans and Native Alaskans impacted by HIV and other health disparities.