Check Out Our HIV Reporting Tip Sheet

 

Did you know NLGJA has a tip sheet for reporters who are covering stories related to HIV & AIDS? The tip sheet offers useful guidance and suggestions for making sure your story is accurate and up to standards. Learn about best practices and download for quick reference!

 

Did You Miss New Ways: New Orleans? Don't Worry!

 

New Ways: New Orleans was held on August 9 at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention. The workshop, “Sisters Suffering in Silence: The HIV Crisis Ignored in Black Women,” featured panelists Femi Redwood, Natay Holmes and Olivia Ford. A video of the workshop can be viewed on our Resources page.

New Ways: Philadelphia

 

New Ways Philadelphia was held during NLGJA’s National Convention at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel September 7-10.

 

New Ways: Reporting HIV & AIDS Today

 

As part of an initiative funded by the CDC’s Partnering and Communicating Together (PACT) to Act Against AIDS program, NLGJA is developing and presenting journalism training and resources to equip journalists covering issues and trends related to HIV & AIDS in new ways while reiterating the time-tested basics of talking, testing and treatment. The journalists in turn can better serve their viewers, readers and listeners with important information, especially those in communities and geographic areas most impacted by HIV & AIDS.

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National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

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Start Talking. Stop HIV.

Start Talking. Stop HIV. is a campaign that seeks to reduce HIV infections among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men by encouraging open discussion between sex partners and friends about a range of HIV prevention strategies.”

Doing It

“As part of the Act Against AIDS initiative, Doing It delivers the message that HIV testing should be a part of everyone’s regular health routine to keep ourselves and our community healthy.”

Let's Stop HIV Together

“The Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign raises awareness about HIV and its impact on the lives of all Americans, and fights stigma by showing that persons with HIV are real people—mothers, fathers, friends, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, partners, wives, husbands, and co-workers.”

HIV Treatment Works

HIV Treatment Works features people from across the United States who are living with HIV talking about how sticking with care and treatment helps them stay healthy, protect others, and live longer, healthier lives.”

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