HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Walk


Do the FAFSA Now

The #BestDefense Is a Good Offense: A Walk for HIV Prevention — March 10

This year marks the 11th observance of ‪National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), which mobilizes partners, supporters, and communities across the country to offer support and hope, reduce stigma, share information, and empower women and girls to learn the importance of HIV and AIDS prevention, care, and treatment. This NWGHAAD, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Women’s Health (OWH) wants to empower girls and women to make the best choices when it comes to sex because the best defense against HIV/AIDS is a good offense.

Get involved:

  • Walk in the OWH NWGHAAD Walk: March 10, 11:45 am – 1:15 pm EDT, Washington, D.C.
  • Host a local walk, event, or online campaign, and form partnerships with other stakeholders.
  • Share 400-750 words in a first-person account of living with or working to prevent HIV/AIDS.
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Published by JaDonnia B.

An education and counseling professional, I focus my expertise on diversity, inclusion and family engagement/empowerment Of particular importance is the partnership between parents and the community schools that serve their children. Highlighting strategies, tips and evidence-based best practices for family engagement, my aim is to alter mindsets, broaden perspectives, foster empathy, and build capacity. Offering 'food for thought' and inviting discussion, I also tell truths rarely explored. A holistic culturally-responsive approach to teaching, learning and engaging others begins with respect. I promote respect and fully integrating curricular diversity in formal learning settings! Collaboration with families is necessary, because parents hold the master key that unlocks doors to child health and wellness, academic achievement, and believe it or not, teacher excellence and stronger school communities.

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