On Monday, Sept. 23, 2019, capture a moment of your day and take your best shot against HIV stigma.
A Day with HIV is this Monday, September 23. The annual anti-stigma campaign of Positively Aware magazine captures 24 hours in the lives of people affected by HIV—and that’s everyone, regardless of age, race, gender identity, or even HIV status.
This Monday, take a picture and post it to your social media with the hashtag #adaywithhiv; include a caption that gives the time and location—and what inspired you to take the photo. Pictures can also be uploaded to adaywithhiv.com, where they will be considered for publication in a special section of the November+December issue of Positively Aware, TPAN’s HIV health and treatment magazine.
Your photo may be among those chosen to appear on the cover or in the pages of Positively Aware magazine (with your permission)—so be sure to share your image in high resolution!
Share a snapshot of your story! No matter where you live or how you are affected by HIV (we all are), when you join this powerful campaign, you confront stigma and change people's minds. Click HERE to learn more and get ready for September 23rd!
“The real impact comes from the stories behind the images people share,” said Positively Aware art director Rick Guasco, who created A Day with HIV and has been living with HIV since 1992. “Posting your photo is an opportunity to tell your story and humanize life with HIV.”
Have you seen the proud stories and inspiring images from A Day with HIV? Read how Andrew Espinosa has participated in A Day with HIV nearly every year since the campaign began in 2010.
On Monday, Sept. 23, take your best shot against HIV stigma.