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Awareness Calendar for Cancer & Other Causes | Personalized Cause

Personalized Cause's 2017 cause awareness events calendar features medical, cancer, psychological and social causes. Causes listed by awareness months, weeks and days.

National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day


National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, observed March 20 on the spring equinox, is an opportunity for Native people across the United States to learn about HIV/AIDS, encourage HIV counseling and testing in Native communities, and help decrease the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.

National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day recognizes the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians (collectively referred to as Native people) through this national observance. National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is sponsored by a coalition of partners that provides assistance to Native organizations, tribes, state health departments, and other organizations serving Native populations. National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day encourages American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians across the United States and territorial areas to get educated, get tested, and get involved in HIV prevention, care, and treatment.

National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Sponsor: National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
To learn more, visit http://www.nnhaad.org