National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD)
October 15 is the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States and the first day of what will become an annual observance – National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD). Through the Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Federation, NLAAD began in over 100 cities in 2003. Minnesota joined NLAAD in 2004 and will continue with the observance in 2015.
- NLAAD Poster 2015, fillable, in Spanish (PDF)
- NLAAD Poster 2015, not fillable, in Spanish (PDF)
- NLAAD Poster 2015, fillable, in English (PDF)
- NLAAD Poster 2015, not fillable, in English (PDF)
- past NLAAD Posters
Press Releases and Proclamations
- Download English version of the Governor's 2014 proclamation (PDF)
- Latino AIDS Awareness Day in Minnesota 2013: Press Release (English)
- Latino AIDS Awareness Day in Minnesota: Press Release (Spanish)
For Information about NLAAD, contact:
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