|Links: African Americans|
|HIV InSite Knowledge Base|
| National and Regional Resources and Organizations|
|The Balm in Gilead|
Mobilizes African American churches to respond to AIDS.
|Black AIDS Institute|
A policy center dedicated to reducing HIV/AIDS health disparities by mobilizing community institutions and individuals in efforts to confront the epidemic in their communities.
|National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day|
A nationwide community mobilization effort to emphasize the HIV/AIDS
| Community Organizations|
|African-American AIDS Support Services and Survival Institute (AMASSI)|
A community center in Inglewood, CA (Los Angeles) that provides preventive health for HIV/AIDS, STDs, cancer, diabetes and other diseases; psychological and therapeutic assistance; and math and literacy tutoring; skills building opportunities and empowerment.
|Black Brothers Esteem|
Program of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation for African American gay, bisexual, and same gender-loving men regardless of HIV-serostatus. Includes several publications.
|Black Coalition on AIDS|
A broad-based alliance providing education, services, treatment, emotional support and research in African-American communities. Located in San Francisco, California.
An organization located in Philadelphia that provides HIV/AIDS prevention and support services to the African American community of that city.
Whitman-Walker provides prevention and care services throughout the Washington, D.C. area.