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The African-American community is on the front lines of the fight against HIV. On average, African-Americans are likely to experience worse health outcomes than any other racial or ethnic group. Read More >>

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Faith Leaders

Faith leaders are the true champions of the initiative, building a movement around HIV as a social justice issue and serving as change agents in the community

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Support and official endorsements from denominational leadership play an important role in how effective faith leaders are at integrating HIV as a social justice issue into their churches.

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The Black Church and HIV initiative is committed to empowering future faith leaders with the knowledge and expertise to effectively engage congregations in social justice and HIV advocacy by integrating the imperative messaging into required core curricula.

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Learn About Our Work In the Community

Visit our blog to read about the work The Black Church & HIV initiative is doing across the U.S. to fight the HIV epidemic’s disparate impact on Black America.

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The Activity Manual provides more in-depth information about HIV and its impact on the Black community.

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