Helpful Resources

There are many resources to help journalists covering HIV & AIDS. In an effort to help journalists increase awareness and to help decrease the stigma of HIV & AIDS, NLGJA works with the Centers for Disease Control and partners to provide a series of resources. This list of resources is intended to help journalists get started, but for fact sheets, tips and statistics, please visit the CDC website.

NLGJA New Ways Video Resources

New Ways: Philadelphia

 

The HIV Stories You’re Missing

New Ways: New Orleans

 

Sisters Suffering in Silence: The HIV Crisis Ignored in Black Women

New Ways: Atlanta

The Journey – How HIV and AIDS Reporting Started

Getting the Fundamentals Right – Data, Analysis & Context

The Story Behind the Story – Investigative Strategies

Facts and Feelings Better Interviews

Resources from the Centers for Disease Control

General Information

Learn general information about HIV and AIDS here.

Geographic Information

Geographic information regarding HIV and AIDS can be found here.

Living With HIV

Information for people living with HIV can be found here.

Locate a Testing Center

Find your local testing center here.

One Test. Two Lives.

Learn more about the One Test. Two Lives. campaign here.

PEP

Learn about how PEP can help you in the situation that you’ve potentially been exposed to HIV here.

PrEP

Learn about PrEP and how it can help reduce the risk of getting HIV here.

Prevention Resources

Learn tips to help prevent HIV here.

Statistics

Valuable HIV statistics can be found here.

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