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African, Caribbean and Black People

African, Caribbean and Black People

Your hub for the support and encouragement – empowering you to be you and confident to take your health in to your hands. Join in the conversation – no judgement, no shame – as we explore what it means to live fearlessly, and to thrive. Together.

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Embracing the spirit of our community festivals to Confront HIV

Students, Anxiety, and Testing: Getting the Facts Straight

Unbroken Spirit: The Unimaginable Journey of a Black Woman's Triumph Over Genocide, Violence, and HIV

In 1994, the genocide in Rwanda changed everything for me. I lost so many loved ones, including my husband who was killed by soldiers.

Disrupting Taboos: A Young Black Muslim’s Crusade Against HIV Stigma

As a Black Muslim woman, I understand the unique challenges that we face when it comes to HIV testing. Self-testing is an especially critical tool, and relatively new way in Canada to help people take control of their own health and wellbeing.
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