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Reducing the spread of HIV infections within Toronto’s Black communities
Enhancing the quality of life of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS
Our work is guided by our motto, ‘Because All Black People’s Lives Are Important’, which serves as a reminder of our commitment to the human rights and dignity of all Black people who are vulnerable to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Black CAP works to create culturally relevant learning resources for outreach, prevention and support services for people infected with, affected by, or at risk of contracting HIV. The work that we do is necessary, but it is not easy. Social barriers like HIV stigma, racism, homophobia and poverty make our work more difficult, however it’s our understanding of these barriers that strengthen Black CAP’s efforts.
The campaign reflects the values of BFF and PFLAG Canada to “build a caring community for our LGBTQ youth”.
How we produced and distribute food aid packages to low-income black households in Toronto.
We discuss Overdose Awareness in a bid to end the stigma surrounding drug use in our community.
Please help us to reduce HIV/AIDS in Toronto’s Black, African and Caribbean communities and enhance the quality of life of people living with HIV.