My Faith. My Story.

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Join us on Sunday, August 29th at 4 pm EST for the release of a short documentary-style film amplifying the voices of a few Faith Leaders, Advocates, and People Living with HIV in the South. After the screening, stay tuned for a live Q&A with video participants.

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My Faith. My Story.

Hear from Advocates, Faith Leaders, and People Living with HIV as they address the challenges inherent in responding to the HIV epidemic in the Southern U.S.

Sunday, August 29th, 2021 at 4 pm EST

Virtual National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2020

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About Us

One Day. Each Year. Until We Find A Cure.

Faith plays a major role in the lives of many Americans. Many find faith to be a connection to a spiritual being, deity or creator. Unfortunately for many Americans living with HIV, faith communities can turn from a place of refuge to a source of stigma and turmoil. On August 27, 2017, RAHMA (www.haverahma.org) and its partners will spearhead the first Faith HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. The goal is to rally all US communities representative of the Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Sikh, Hindu and Baha’i faiths to take a stand against stigma in their congregations and raise awareness on HIV/AIDS.

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