World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day has been observed every year on December 1 since 1988. This worldwide effort draws people together in solidarity to pay tribute to the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS, raise awareness of the global impact of HIV/AIDS, and celebrate victories that are allowing more people to live longer and healthier lives.
This year’s theme, “Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV,” focuses on collective responsibility and actions required to eliminate the disparities and inequities that create barriers to HIV testing, prevention, and access to HIV care.
For additional information and resources, visit World AIDS Day (CDC).
World AIDS Day 2022 Events
Saturday, December 3
Red Undie Run
- Join The Aliveness Project in the annual Red Undie Run across the Stone Arch Bridge to raise awareness about World AIDS Day.
- 11 a.m.
- For more information, visit World AIDS Day Red Undie Run.
For More Information
- Global HIV/AIDS Timeline
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation has compiled a timeline of key milestones designed to serve as an ongoing reference tool for many of the political, scientific, cultural and community events that have occurred over the history of the epidemic.