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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

The focus of NBHAAD is to get Blacks educated about the basics of HIV and AIDS in their local communities.
See below for an interactive graphic showing detailed information about the effects of HIV on the body.

2016 Event

AIDsOhio Univeristy LGBT Center -- Co-hosted by the Multicultural Center 
February 3, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
Multicultural Center 
(Baker Univeristy Center 205)




2015 Event 

February 4
National Black HIV/ASIDS Awareness Day 
Baker Univeristy Center



2014 Event

Kenyon Farrow Kenyon Farrow

Writer, speaker and activist
Feb. 5
7:00 p.m.
Baker University Center Theater


2013 Event

David Robertsondavid robertson picture

HIV/AIDS Specialist

Baker University Center Theater


2012 Event

Anna E. FowlkesAnna E Fowlkes My Grandma Has AIDS

HIV/AIDS Education

"My Grandma Has AIDS"

Baker University Center Theater


2011 Event

Kellee Terrellkellee terrell picture

Journalist and Editor  





2010 Event

Larry BryantLarry Bryant

All-American Football Player
Baker University Center 240



2009 Event

Marvelyn Brown Marvelyn Brown

"The Naked Truth: Young, Beautiful, and (HIV) Positive"
Baker University Center Theater




2008 Event

Anquenette Sloan Anquenette Sloan

Director of the American Red Cross





2007 Event

Rae-Lewis Thornton rae lewis thornton picture

Baker Center Ballroom





2006 Event

Lynn Kidd  Lynn Kidd

 "Dispelling the Stereotypes of AIDS/HIV"

Lindley Cultural Center



2005 Event

Richard Arrington

AIDS Activist
"This is My Story, This is My Song"

Lindley Cultural Center








Departmental Social Media

College of Arts & Sciences