Today is World AIDS Day



Today is World AIDS Day. Held annually, World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. Today more people are receiving life-saving treatment than ever before. Let’s recommit ourselves to achieving an AIDS free generation in our lifetime, it’s a goal worthy of our best efforts and it’s finally within reach.

Today WORLD will be partnering with:

Office of AIDS Administration of Alameda County

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Bay Area African-American State of Emergency HIV/AIDS Task Force

La Clinica de la Raza

AIDS Project of the East Bay

Berkley Free Clinic

Berkeley Builds Capacity-UC Berkeley

To Rock World AIDS Day

@ Frank Ogawa Plaza Downtown Oakland, California

11 AM- 5:30 PM


11:45AM convergence of community AIDS service organizations on Frank Ogawa Plaza

12PM-1PM Rally & Speakers (AMPLIFIED SOUND)

1PM-4PM Community Health & Resources Fair (HIV and other health screening and testing), Interactive Art Installation, & Youth Performances (NO AMPLIFIED SOUND)

4PM-4:30PM Press Conference & Speakers (AMPLIFIED SOUND)

4:30PM-5:30PM Local KISS FM DJ Christie James (30-45min music set) & concurrent HIV Testing (AMPLIFIED SOUND)