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Today marks the 11th year for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This day you are asked to do your part in the community to talk about this disease that has become the number one killer for Black Women ages 25 to 44. More than half of all new cases in the country are African-American. Protection and Testing are the best weapons for erasing this disease. Free, 20 minute oral tests are available today at the locations listed below.

1. Empowerment Resource Center

www.empoweryoungwomen.org

Where: 236 Auburn Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30303

404- 526- 1145

When: Monday, Feb. 7 (10 am until 2 pm)

2 .Aid Atlanta

www.aidatlanta.org

Where: 1605 Peachtree Street NE

Atlanta, GA 30309

404- 870- 7700

When: Monday, Feb. 7 ( 12 noon until 7 pm)

3. The Stand, Inc

Where: 3423 Covington Drive Suite E (Off Covington Highway)

Decatur, GA 30032

404- 284 – 9878

When: Monday, Feb. 7 ( 8:30 am until 5 pm)

4. Positive Impact

www.positiveimpact-atl.org

Where: 139 Ralph McGill

Atlanta, GA 30308

404- 589- 9040

When: Monday, Feb. 7 ( 10 am until 7 pm )

5. Saint Josephs Mercy Care Services

www.mercycareservices.org

Where: 424 Decatur St

Atlanta, GA 30312

678-843- 8500

When: Monday, Feb 7 (8:30 until 4 pm)

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