Oklahoma Joins National Response to African Americans AIDS Crisis

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Many of Oklahoma's African American leaders and organizations are poised to address the impact of HIV and AIDS on the state's African American community during National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Wednesday, Feb. 7.


The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is working with these groups on a variety of events to encourage African Americans to get educated, get tested, get involved and get treated for HIV/AIDS.

Both statewide and nationally, the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to be a health crisis for African Americans.

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