Day of Unity 2014
The Day of Unity unites faith leaders nationwide to preach from the pulpit and help build a movement that will inspire our communities to take action and put an end to the social injustices in the Black community.

The third annual Day of Unity will take place July 20, 2014. If you’d like to join the NAACP and fight to end the HIV epidemic please contact Rev. Keron Sadler This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (410) 580-5619.

We urge all faith leaders to join us in this movement and experience the powerful work that God is only beginning to do. It is vital to the success of this collaborative effort that we have your blessing and public support. This will be an exciting journey that will highlight Health and HIV as a social justice issue as we continue in this fight for health equity.

We have developed a toolkit to assist in organizing the activities for the Day of Unity, including:
  • Participation ideas: a list of ways you could participate, ranging from inclusion of social justice themes in your sermon, to hosting an HIV screening at your church.

  • Talking points: to be used to help draft sermons or other congregation communications.

  • Sermonette ideas: includes scripture themes and inspiration for HIV as a social justice issue.

  • Testing tips: understand the importance of testing and who should be tested for HIV.

  • Health equity: background information on achieving health equity for combating HIV.

  • AIDSVu: to assist in identifying local agencies to provide technical support and onsite HIV testing, utilize

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