A Day With HIV
Thursday September 22
24 HOURS IN THE LIVES OF PEOPLE AFFECTED BY HIV
On Sept. 22, take your best shot against stigma
September 2016 - A Day with HIV is a social media-driven anti-stigma campaign that captures a single 24-hour period in the lives of people affected by HIV. On Thursday, September 22, grab your smartphone or digital camera and capture a moment of your day. Post your picture on social media with a caption that mentions the time and place of your photo, and what inspired you to take it. Include our hashtag #adaywithhiv.
You can also submit your photo to A Day with HIV. Photo submissions will be included in our online gallery—a select number of pictures will also be published in a special section of the November+December issue of Positively Aware, the HIV treatment magazine. From among the high-resolution photos, four pictures will be chosen to appear in four different versions of the magazine’s cover.
To submit your photo and caption, you will be able to upload your pictures at our website—www.adaywiththiv.com. You can also email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is September 27.
Remember, photos must be taken on Thursday, September 22.
A Day with HIV is produced by POSITIVELY AWARE, the HIV treatment magazine published by TPAN, a Chicago non-profit AIDS service organization.
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