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We are so excited to be featured in Metro Weekly!

Earlier this summer we held the inaugural "James Baldwin Legacy Awards", honoring our Black LGBTQ+ leader of our community.

Keep up with us and learn more about this and other amazing upcoming events we have with the link:
nbjc.org/
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We are so excited to be featured in Metro Weekly!

Earlier this summer we held the inaugural James Baldwin Legacy Awards, honoring our Black LGBTQ+ leader of our community. 

Keep up with us and learn more about this and other amazing upcoming events we have with the link:  
https://nbjc.org/

Stigma, discrimination, homophobia put those at risk for HIV in Black America at risk for many health
issues and may affect their ability and access to quality health care, which serves as another barrier to
eradicate HIV/AIDS in Black America.

To move closer toward eliminating HIV viral transmission, we must:
• Increase the number of Black people getting tested
• Raise awareness of the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS in Black
communities.

Be in the know. Get tested.
#PACT4HIV #StartTalking
For more info on HIV/AIDS download our toolkit with the link
nbjc.org/resource/words-matter-hiv-toolkit/
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Stigma, discrimination, homophobia put those at risk for HIV in Black America at risk for many health
issues and may affect their ability and access to quality health care, which serves as another barrier to
eradicate HIV/AIDS in Black America.

To move closer toward eliminating HIV viral transmission, we must:
• Increase the number of Black people getting tested
• Raise awareness of the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS in Black
communities.

Be in the know. Get tested.
#PACT4HIV #StartTalking
For more info on HIV/AIDS download our toolkit with the link
https://nbjc.org/resource/words-matter-hiv-toolkit/

We love to see it! Nick Cannon has paid off this HBCU student's tuition in full! Read all about it! bit.ly/3F6g9g5
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We love to see it! Nick Cannon has paid off this HBCU students tuition in full! Read all about it! https://bit.ly/3F6g9g5

You are living in Pauli's legacy. Period. Full stop.

If the new film #MyNameIsPauliMurray - which is in theaters across the country and streaming on Amazon Prime starting today- doesn't convince you of what we've all known (that Pauli should be as well known as any other historical figure) we don't know what will!

Anna Pauline “Pauli” Murray was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Despite early tragedies, the Reverend Dr. Pauline Murray became a distinguished civil & women’s rights activist, lawyer, writer & cleric. #PauliMurray

Read more about Pauli's impactful, historic and ongoing legacy here: beenhere.org/2017/11/20/rev-dr-pauli-murray/
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The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and same gender loving (LGBTQ/SGL) people, including people living with HIV/AIDS.