The HIV/AIDS program launched in conjunction with NCBW's National five-year program promotes a community-wide awareness of the increasing
numbers of African American women and girls infected with HIV and die from AIDS due to the lack of timely education. The chapter's objective is to educate women, young adults, college age, working professionals and those of childbearing age, about the dangers, prevention of and testing/detection resources available in San Francisco. In collaboration with Black Coalition on Aids (BCA), our ongoing programs are culturally relevant and language appropriate, and emed HIV/AIDS information into broader social context.
Nash describes his challenges as a person living with HIV and the incremental changes he's making in his life as he moves forward to a healthy lifestyle. BCA is a San Francisco-based agency focusing on reducing health disparities in the Black community, particularly the spread of HIV/AIDS. This video was directed by Glenn Davis.
Video Credit: BlackCoalitionOnAIDS
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