HIV Vaccine Awareness Day Resources

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day is May 18, which impacts people of all backgrounds! While we’re still working towards finding a vaccine to eradicate the spread of HIV/AIDS, we have stories of survivors, constant research in progress towards effective vaccines, and organizations full of community willing to help us through. You can find some of those things below. If you haven’t already, explore our guide to National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day for even more resources.

Don’t forget to check in on yourself while reading!

Personal Essays, Articles, & Books

Research & Studies

Resources

Submit any useful trans/non-binary/intersex/two-spirit Lesbian Visibility Week resource links that we may have missed here.

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