Each year, National HIV Testing Day is observed on June 27 to promote testing as a strategy to prevent the spread of HIV. Read more about the Rapid HIV Test and Counseling, which takes about an hour, at AID Atlanta’s website.
Thursday June 27th, 2013
11:30 am – 6:30 pm
70 Upper Alabama Street (pedestrian walkway)
The Georgia State Library has many resources about HIV/AIDS. You can learn about how it has become a more manageable chronic disease, current research, prevention efforts, and how it can affect you.
- ABC of HIV and AIDS Online Resource (just click the title)
- Feminisms, HIV and AIDS: Subverting power, reducing vulnerability
- HIV prevention and bisexual realities Online Resource (just click the title)
- Communicating about HIV/AIDS: Taboo topics and forbidden conversations
- Chronicle of a plague, revisited AIDS and its aftermath Online Resource (just click the title)
- Stigma, discrimination and living with HIV/AIDS a cross-cultural perspective Online Resource (just click the title)
- Health issues confronting minority men who have sex with men
- AIDS at 30: A history
- Calling for justice throughout the world: Catholic women theologians on the HIV/AIDS pandemic
- AIDS literature and gay identity: The literature of loss Online Resource (just click the title)
- Structural intimacies: Sexual stories in the Black AIDS epidemic Online Resource (just click the title)