The first day of spring becomes A Day with HIV, too

The equinox only happens twice a year, when day and night are of equal length. It marks the changing of the season; in some ancient cultures, the equinox also signifies a change in thinking. For this reason, A Day with HIV, Positively Aware’s anti-stigma campaign, has taken place on the autumnal equinox in September since 2010. This year, a new springtime version was added, coinciding with the vernal equinox. On March 20, people captured a moment of the first day of spring in pictures, and shared on social media how they are affected by HIV using the hashtag #adaywithhiv. Here’s a sampling:

A Day with HIV returns Wednesday, September 22, 2021.