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National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

This day of awareness brings attention to the impact of HIV/AIDS that women and girls are living with. Women, particularly black or African-American and Hispanic women remain vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. Today, nearly 1 million people are diagnosed with HIV and nearly 1 in 4 are women (Office of Women’s Health, 2020).

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International Transgender Day of Visibility

Trans Day of Visibility is a day to celebrate all Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming people around the world. On this day we bring awareness and celebration to the trans community while also recognizing the work ahead to accomplish trans justice.

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National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

This day is to bring awareness to the public about the impact of HIV/AIDS on young people. Today, we celebrate the work that youth are doing to educate the public about HIV/AIDS and the work surrounding it. 

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National Transgender HIV Testing Day

This observance is to recognize the importance of HIV testing and status awareness. This day is also to bring attention to HIV prevention and patient-centered care for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming/Nonbinary folks.

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Lesbian Visibility Day

Lesbian Visibility Day started in 2008 and aims to show our solidarity with every woman within the LGBTQ+ community, as well as celebrate lesbians. It is essential that Lesbian Visibility Day is a voice for unity and lifts up ALL women, especially those who come from marginalized communities.

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International Family Equality Day

International Family Equality Day (held on the 1st Sunday of May) is a national 2-SLGBTQ+ awareness day that celebrates the diversity of families globally. This international day brings awareness to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages. While also aiming to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development and justice for inclusive […]