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World AIDS Awareness Day 2021
World's AIDS Day was first observed in 1981. It is observed each year on December 1st. It is a day to raise awareness, support prevention, and to take action to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The US Department of Human and Health Services (HHS) theme for 2021 is "Ending the HIV Epidemic: Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice”.
Yale University - Lecture -Thursday, Dec 2, 2021
A Conversation with Dr. Angeli Achrekar, Acting U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy
Providence - Installation -Wednesday, Dec 1
Red Scarves Installation (6AM- 6PM) across Providence Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge. Make, knit or donate a red scarf.
UMass Dartmouth - Conference -Wednesday, Dec 1
The South Coast LQBTQ and network community will host the regions first World AIDS Day conference.
Danbury - Breakfast - Wednesday, Dec 1
Apex Community Care host a breakfast at the Ethan Allen hotel in Danbury to commemorate World AIDS Day.
Queens, NY - 5k, 10k, 1/2 Marathon - Sunday, Dec 5
Enter to run or walk to raise funds and awareness for AIDS.
Hartford Wadsworth Anthenum of Art - Poetry -Wednesday, Dec 1
Hartford Poet Laureate and HIV/AIDS activist Frederick-Douglass Knowles II reads his works. Free virtual event.