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NBLCA's '30 Years Strong! Together We Will Win' campaign marks 30 years of living with AIDS

July 15, 2011 - The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS INC. (NBLCA) is spearheading a campaign to end this alarming trend by raising public awarenss about people affected by HIV/AIDS.

tell us your story

NBLCA invies you to make a difference: share your experience to empower others affected by this disease.

Send your story. Become part of our online commemorative journal, "30 Years Strong! Together We Will Win!"

it's easy to get invloved

(1) Send us a photo and / or video of yourself, someone who has passed on, or anyone else living with or in some way affected by HIV/AIDS. If your subject has passed on, be sure to tell us the month and year that he or she passed away.

(2) Then tell your story: How do / did you/ they demonstrate resiliency against HIV/AIDS?

(3) Email your story and photos to 30yearsstrong@nblcaids.org
Upload videos to www.youtube.com/user/nblcaids.
Or you can post your story on our Facebook page, where you also can join the discussion.

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National Black Leadership Commission On HIV/AIDS
The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc.'s (NBLCA) mission is to educate, mobilize, and empower Black leaders, including clergy, elected officials, medical practitioners, business professionals, social policy experts, and the media, to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in their local communities. The NBLCA, founded in November 1987, is the oldest and largest not-for-profit organization of its kind in the United States. The NBLCA conducts policy, research and advocacy on HIV/AIDS and other health disparities to ensure effective participation of our leadership in all policy and resource allocation decisions impacting communities of African descent nationwide. The NBLCA has established affiliates in cities where African-American communities are hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, including New York City, Nassau County (LI, NY), Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Baltimore, Atlanta, Detroit, Tampa, and Washington, D.C. www.nblca.org


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National Black Leadership Commission On HIV/AIDS
www.nblca.org


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