10 Stories to Watch in 2012, Part 2
January 11, 2012
The second of a two-part series about the stories to keep your eyes on during 2012. To read the first five stories covered in Part 1, go here.
A significant uptick in activity is taking place among Black organizations doing grassroots organizing to end the Black HIV/AIDS epidemic. Building on the work of Act Against AIDS and other initiatives, groups such as the Black Treatment Advocates Network, Black Gay Men's Network, National Black Gay Men's Advocacy Coalition and National Black Justice Coalition are mobilizing communities nationwide. With marketing campaigns such as Testing Makes Us StrongerView Full Article
Visit Black AIDS Institute's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
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