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Black HIV/AIDS Awareness

As Black History Month comes to a close, Gayle Anderson was live with AIDS Project Los Angeles to remind everyone February 7th was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD).

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As Black History Month comes to a close, Gayle Anderson was live with AIDS Project Los Angeles to remind everyone February 7th was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a national HIV/AIDS testing and treatment community mobilization effort designed to encourage Blacks across the United States and the diaspora to get educated, get tested, get treated, and get involved in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Black community. Gayle talked with Gabriel McGowan from APLA Los Angeles and with Nolan Butler, a patient of Dr. Steven Vitero, about his positive experience with dental care.

AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With more than 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national and global reach. For more information, locations, or information on donating visit the APLA website here.

To learn more about “Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day” you can visit their website.

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

As Black History Month comes to a close, Gayle Anderson was live with AIDS Project Los Angeles to remind everyone February 7th was National Black HIV/AIDS AWARENESS DAY (NBHAAD), a national HIV/AIDS testing and treatment community mobilization effort designed to encourage Blacks across the United States and the diaspora to get educated, get tested, get treated, and get involved in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Black community. Gayle talked with Janelle L’Heureux about nutrition needs for those living with HIV/AIDS.

AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With more than 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national and global reach. For more information, locations, or information on donating visit the APLA website here.

To learn more about “Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day” you can visit their website.

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

As Black History Month comes to a close, Gayle Anderson was live with AIDS Project Los Angeles to remind everyone February 7th was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a national HIV/AIDS testing and treatment community mobilization effort designed to encourage Blacks across the United States and the diaspora to get educated, get tested, get treated, and get involved in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Black community. Gayle talked with Gabriel McGowan from APLA Los Angeles and with Nolan Butler, a patient of Dr. Steven Vitero, about his positive experience with dental care.

AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With more than 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national and global reach. For more information, locations, or information on donating visit the APLA website here

To learn more about “Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day” you can visit their website.

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

As Black History Month comes to a close, Gayle Anderson was live with AIDS Project Los Angeles to remind everyone February 7th was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a national HIV/AIDS testing and treatment community mobilization effort designed to encourage Blacks across the United States and the diaspora to get educated, get tested, get treated, and get involved in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Black community. Gayle talked with Dr. Steven Vitero, a dentist involved in the project, who is providing dental care for HIV positive patients.

AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With more than 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national and global reach. For more information, locations, or information on donating visit the APLA website here

To learn more about “Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day” you can visit their website.

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

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