Monday , May 17 2021

HIV VS Survivor: HIV / AIDS "is not a death sentence"

The community gathered to raise awareness for HIV / AIDS. (Photo: Monique Robinson / WWE)

Wilmington, NC (WWE) – December 1 is the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day. This is an international day of AIDS awareness and it is a day to remember those who are lost.

Doctors, nurses, activists, community leaders, and Cape residents wear red Saturday morning, fill the Abenner Missionary Baptist Church.

In the other Wilmington of healing, the initial red ribbon band was organized to redefine the stigma.

"In North Carolina, where I have been living for the last five years, there is a little more disgrace associated with HIV. Living Edward Edams, a 35-year-old HIV veteran, said that people are convinced that HIV means It is not that it is not a death sentence.

"We want to make sure that the community knows that the HIV epidemic is not happening, people are still in danger. We want to know that there are resources in our community that people have compassion for taking care of you, Access is, "says Lesbian Wallace, Executive Director of Healing.

Over 35 million people died from HIV or AIDS. The seeds of therapy are working to make the community more vigilant with these deadly diseases.

If you want to join the cause, on March 23, V / AIDS Walk.

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