The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS efforts to raise awareness about AIDS include include (for more information, click on the links at the left):
Op-ed opinion pieces:
NBLCA frequently seeks to inform and engage the public through op-eds published in newspapers around the country.
State of AIDS in Black America:
NBLCA President and CEO C. Virginia Fields delivers an annual address entitled, “State of AIDS in Black America.” In these well attended and highly anticipated speeches, Ms. Fields sums up the impact of the AIDS epidemic and lays out challenges that lie ahead.
‘I Talk Because’ campaign:
Other cosponsors are: Partnership of the Council with Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Harlem United, Visual AIDS, LIFEbeat, The Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Bronx AIDS Services, Latino Commission on AIDS, Gay Men of African Descent, Bailey House, Citiwide Harm Reduction, The Women’s HIV Collaborative, AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA), Hispanic AIDS Forum, Fortune Society, Village Care New York, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, New York State AIDS Coalition, and Community Health Action of Staten Island.