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 Acceptance Journeys Logo
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Diverse and Resilient

Acceptance Journeys is a social marketing program in Wisconsin that pairs photos and stories of heterosexual people telling about their love and acceptance of the LGBT people in their lives. It includes a Web site, story cards, outdoor advertising, and social media. The campaign features messages...

 HIV is Ageless Logo
Gay Men's Health Crisis

The campaign encourages people of all ages to get tested for HIV and reminds people that "regardless of age, people can be at risk for HIV if they have unprotected sex or share needles." The images used in the campaign reflect the diversity of women and men in terms of age, race and culture.

 Know Now. Get Tested. Get Treated for HIV and STDs. Logo
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Arkansas Department of Health HIV/STD Section

The "Know Now. Get Tested. Get Treated for HIV and STDs" campaign from the Arkansas Department of Health HIV/STD Section engages at-risk communities via print, radio, and a significant amount of grassroots work, including rallies, testing events, poster and brochure distribution, and working with...

 I Love My Boo Logo
Gay Men's Health Crisis

The I Love My Boo campaign seeks to address homophobia and reduce the spread of HIV with its precise focus on populations most susceptible to the disease. Featured throughout New York City, ILMB directly challenges homophobia and encourages all who come across it to critically re-think notions of...

 Information is Powerful Medicine Logo
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights

The Information Is Powerful Medicine campaign aims to increase awareness of HIPAA rights and benefits among HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men. Campaign materials include a website, web banners, brochures, and posters. Ads will also appear in national publications, websites, and social...

 The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative Logo
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

African Americans are more likely to become infected with HIV, less likely to know they have the disease, and more likely to die from HIV/AIDS than any other race. Given the Black Church's historic involvement in advocacy, the NAACP created the campaign, "The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice...

 Positive Spin Logo
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AIDS.gov

Positive Spin is a digital educational tool developed by AIDS.gov that uses the power of personal stories and video to raise awareness about the HIV care continuum and to encourage people living with HIV to get into treatment. The campaign encourages people to share their story on social media using...

 All Together | The Latino HIV Testing Campaign Logo
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Public Health – Seattle & King County's HIV/STD Program
In partnership with Entre Hermanos, Seattle & King County’s HIV/STD Program launched the All Together: The Latino HIV Testing Campaign/Campaña Latina para la Prueba del VIH to promote HIV testing in Latino communities. Entre Hermanos is a community-based organization that serves Latino LGBT...
 Be The Generation Logo
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National Institutes of Health/NIAID
Be The Generation was created to promote awareness, understanding, and support for biomedical prevention research, including HIV vaccines, microbicides, pre-exposure prophylaxis research (PrEP) and treatment as prevention (TasP). The campaign was initiated under the National Institute of Allergy and...
 HIV Stops With Me Logo
Better World Advertising
Since its inception in 2000, HIV Stops With Me is a multifaceted, national social-marketing campaign that aims to prevent the spread of HIV while also reducing the stigma associated with the disease. The campaign features real HIV positive people talking about real issues. The campaign focuses on...