"Spring Into Health" Health Fair on Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., inside The Lauderhill Mall, 1267 N. State Rd. 7, Lauderhill, Fla. Free Spring Baskets. ...Read more ›
Black women disproportionately suffer complications of pregnancy and childbirth. Let’s talk about it.
About 700 to 900 women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. And for every death, dozens of women suffer life-threatening complications. But there is a stark racial disparity in these numbers. Black mothers are three to four times more likely to die than white mothers. Nevertheless, Black women’s voices are often missing from public discussions about what’s behind the maternal healt ...Read more ›
Black AIDS Institute is launching a Black Women and PrEP Tool Kit, offering direct services for Black women in our prevention clinic in Los Angeles, and announcing that we will conduct a series of summits nationwide to increase capacity for advocacy and education around PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) access for Black women. ...Read more ›
PREP INSTITUTE COMES TO THE SUNSHINE STATE ...Read more ›
American Community: Progress, but our work is far from Over Current State Of HIV in Black Communities
We have made great progress in the fight against HIV in the United States. Annual HIV infections and diagnoses have declined in recent years as have HIV-related deaths. But the theme of 2018’s National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – Stay the Course, the Fight is Not Over! ...Read more ›
Walking is a great way to get the 150 minutes of moderate exercise we all need every week for good health, but if you want to raise the bar, consider jogging. ...Read more ›
Yet gender based bias and its relationship to race and class can negatively affect the care that people receive. ...Read more ›
Black AIDS Institute Launches Bold Vision for the Future: Announces Retirement of President and CEO Phill Wilson, New Board Members, New Staff, New Partnerships, New Programs ...Read more ›
This year, the Black AIDS Institute is celebrating the day by laying the groundwork for the next generation of HIV/AIDS response in Black communities. ...Read more ›
Prostate Cancer is the #1 Most Deadly Disease for Black Males — 10th Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Observance Day to Bring Awareness!
Prostate Cancer, also known as a “Silent Killer”, affects 1 in 7 men, making it the most common non-skin cancer in America and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men in the United States. ...Read more ›