REAL PEOPLE. REAL PROGRESS.
Join me on Tuesday, May 18th for HIV Vaccine Awareness Day. Wear your red AIDS ribbon upside down to form a “V” — as a sign you share my vision for an HIV preventive vaccine. Showing your support for HIV vaccine research shows you appreciate all the people working to make progress to stop this killer, HIV.
May 18th 2004 marks the Seventh Annual HIV Vaccine Awareness Day. Community activities and media events around the country will highlight research advances; address challenges associated with HIV/AIDS; recognize volunteers who have participated in HIV vaccine clinical trials and underscore why preventive HIV vaccines will offer the best hope for controlling the AIDS pandemic; unveil the upside-down AIDS ribbon as a symbol of progress; and recognize the need for education.
News Releases and Statements
Local and National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day Activities (PDF) | En Espanol
HIV Vaccines and You - Learn more about HIV vaccine research and get involved in HIV vaccine research in your community. Explore links to the brochures: HIV Vaccines Explained and Add Your Voice.
Tool Kit - Get resources to assist your organization in creating and implementing its HIV Vaccine Awareness Day activities (available in English and Spanish). The online tool kit is designed to make it easy to conduct HIV Vaccine Awareness Day activities at the local level. Included are samples of various media outreach tools that can be adapted for your use.
NIAID Online Resources - NIAID resources, AIDSinfo, HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) resources, and Vaccine Research Center (VRC) resources.
Fact Sheets – Download PDF versions of audience specific brochures: HIV Vaccines and Latinos, HIV Vaccines and Men Who Have Sex With Men , HIV Vaccines and African-Americans, and HIV Vaccines and Women.