Partners In Action
The Act Against AIDS Initiative has several partners who are working to extend the reach of Act Against AIDS campaign materials, resources, and engagement efforts into the community. We invite your organization to share activities that incorporated AAA campaign materials for an opportunity to be featured on the website. Email your submissions to email@example.com.
More than 150 attendees joined The Red Pump Project for an evening of style and HIV awareness at the seventh annual Rock the RED Fashion Show in Chicago. As guests paused on the red carpet for their photos, they were greeted with a banner from the Doing It campaign, which featured Karyn Lee, the Vice President and Co-Founder of the organization. Red Pump is just one of NPT’s many unfunded partners that have made significant contributions in the fight against HIV/AIDS. To date, the organization has distributed over 300 Doing It palm cards and displayed campaign pop-up banners at its events in Chicago.
On March 16, PACT member National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) partnered with Morehouse College to conduct an educational training event to raise awareness, and address policies regarding LGBTQ persons and women. Dr. Donna McCree, Associate Director for Health Equity, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention presented on prevalence rates among African Americans. Doing It, Start Talking. Stop HIV., and Act Against AIDS youth materials were distributed.
The Los Angeles 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards featured the Doing It campaign in the awards tribute book. The GLAAD Awards recognizes and honors media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.
The National Medical Association hosted their Annual Medical Education Conference, a training and workshop for members of the Student National Medical Association. NMA engaged approximately 1,200 physicians and medical students in attendance in discussions on PrEP. Prevention IS Care and Start Talking. Stop HIV. messaging and materials were distributed.
PACT member, I Choose Life partnered with John Hope Continuation High School and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to educate youth on the importance of health. Tony Wafford, Project Coordinator for the partnership effort, met with the students at the school to teach them about HIV and STIs, as well as to learn from the students, the best ways to deliver messaging to young people about HIV and STIs. Using a friendly social media competition where students develop HIV/STD messages around the Doing It campaign, ICL will tally the most Facebook likes, tweets/retweets, shares, forwards, etc., of each individual participant, and from there, determine which messages were most effective among youth.
- Page last reviewed: March 4, 2016
- Page last updated: March 4, 2016
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