National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network, Inc.
The “Pass It On Café ” increases the knowledge of black women and girls through the use of social media on HIV/AIDS, STDs, and other health disparities.
Network Board of Directors conducts one of their first meetings with members in Houston, Texas.
Network founding members recognize Ms. Alicia Keys for her global and domestic work with women and children living with HIV/AIDS.
The Network’s advocacy efforts resulted in Dr. Vanessa Sharpe, an openly HIV-positive African-American woman, being appointed to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).
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Applications are now being accepted for a four day Leadership Conference for Black Girls that Rock.