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May 2021 Observances

Do you ever wonder how organizations, businesses, and individuals know when a certain observance or awareness month, week, or day is? If so, below is a tailored list of observances for the month of May 2021 specifically for military, Veterans, and LGBTQ+ folx. We may issue graphics for some of the events listed below. Because there are so many events and awareness campaigns, the listing … Continue reading May 2021 Observances

LGBT+ Health Awareness Week: Voting

In October 2019, the UCLA’s Williams Institute released a study detailing the preferences and characteristics of LGBT+ voters in relation to the 2020 General Election. The study indicated that, at the time, 1 in 5 LGBT+ adults (~21%) was not registered to vote and almost 9 million LGBT+ adults were eligible registered and eligible to vote. 2020 saw the nation grappling with a pandemic, a … Continue reading LGBT+ Health Awareness Week: Voting

March 10th is National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day #NWGHAAD

Every year on March 10 β€” and throughout the month of March β€” local, state, federal, and national organizations come together to shed light on the impact of HIV and AIDS on women and girls and show support for those at risk of and living with HIV. This year marks the 16th annual observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD). The HIV/AIDS … Continue reading March 10th is National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day #NWGHAAD

Today is #ZeroDiscriminationDay: Take Action to #EndInequalities

March 1st is Zero Discrimination Day. First celebrated by the United Nations on March 1, 2014, the UN’s HIV/AIDS program UNAIDS launched its Zero Discrimination Campaign on World AIDS Day in December 2013. The aim of Zero Discrimination Day is to promote equality before the law and in practice throughout all the member countries of the UN. UNAIDS has this to say about Zero Discrimination … Continue reading Today is #ZeroDiscriminationDay: Take Action to #EndInequalities

COVID-19 & the LGBTQ+ Community, VA CLCs & People w/ HIV

This past week, several studies and reports were released related to COVID-19 and its effects on the LGBTQ+ community, the nation’s VA Community Living Centers (CLCs), and people with HIV. Below is a rundown on the facts and findings of each study along with links for your review. CDC Report: COVID-19 & Disparities Related to Sexual Orientation and Specific Racial/Ethnic Groups On February 5, 2021, … Continue reading COVID-19 & the LGBTQ+ Community, VA CLCs & People w/ HIV