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MAKING HIV
BLACK 
HISTORY

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) is a day to increase awareness about HIV among Black communities and encourage people to get involved in prevention efforts, get tested, and get treatment if they are living with HIV.

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Here's the 'Why'!

In 2019, African American people accounted for 13% of the US population but 41% of estimated new HIV infections. While there was no significant change in estimated new HIV infections among African American people between 2015 and 2019, the annual number of HIV infections decreased among African American gay and bisexual men aged 13 to 24. This may indicate the partial success of focused HIV prevention, testing, and treatment efforts. However, there is still much work to do to reduce incidence and disparities.

My Brother's Keeper, Inc. needs your help to make more progress in reducing HIV among Black communities in Mississippi.

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Join 
NBHAAD

Join us to promote HIV testing, prevention, and treatment and fight the stigma around HIV.

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Funding 
Opportunities

Our LIFELINE Donor Program is a circle of our closest friends and most important supporters.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

For information about how we can eliminate HIV together, email MBK at info@mbk-inc.org or call us at 769-216-2455.

Get Educated,
Get Tested,
Get Involved,
Get Treated.

Get to Know Us

MBK’s mission is to reduce health disparities throughout the United States by enhancing the health and well being of minority and marginalized populations.

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