Each day, the campaign will highlight a different theme and integral issue within youth and HIV/AIDS community.
See the full list of themes below:
Monday, November 26: The Right to Live Free from Oppression
Pledge to challenge racism, homophobia and other forms of oppression on campus, in your communities, and family.
Tuesday, November 27: The Right to Education
Pledge to share accurate and factual information about HIV.
Wednesday, November 28: The Right to Prevention
Pledge to share at least one HIV testing location on social media.
Thursday, November 29: The Right to Treatment and Care.
Pledge to listen and center young people living HIV.
Friday, November 30: The Right to Live Without Criminalization, Discrimination, and Stigma
Pledge to educate your community about the harms of HIV criminalization in your area. Participate in our Twitter chat.
Take more action!
- Text Youth HIV to 877-877 and take the pledge to commit to ending HIV stigma and decriminalization in your community
- Subscribe here to Kikis with Louie, a Youtube series focused on normalizing stigmatized conversations around HIV, STIs, consent, and other topics LGBTQ young people are told to bury.
- Apply to be a Youth Ambassador for National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD)