100 National Catchy HIV AIDS Day Awareness Slogans & Quotes

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is an important holiday for Latinos. It’s the day that we commemorate the lives of those who have passed away due to HIV/AIDS, and it’s also a time when we honor those living with the disease. This year National Latino AIDS Awareness Day falls on October 15th, so now is as good a time as any to learn more about this holiday and how you can celebrate it responsibly.

About National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

The observance of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day started in 1988, during a time when the HIV/AIDS crisis was still largely unknown to many Latinos. It wasn’t until five years later that President George Bush first mentioned HIV and AIDS as an important issue for all Americans. Even though we now know much more about this disease than ever before, Latino communities continue to struggle with HIV/AIDS in a variety of ways.

For example, Latinos are still less likely than other Americans to be aware that they have contracted the disease or even know how it is spread. AIDS remains one of the top three causes of death for Latinas between ages 25 and 34, while African-Americans represent over half of all new HIV infections among Latinos.

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day-Date is October 15th, 2022

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is observed annually on October 15th, to commemorate the lives of those who have passed away due to HIV/AIDS. It’s also a day where we honor those living with the disease and their families.

History Of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

The observance of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day started in 1988, during a time when the HIV/AIDS crisis was still largely unknown to many Latinos. It wasn’t until five years later that President George Bush first mentioned HIV and AIDS as an important issue for all Americans. Even though we now know much more about this disease than ever before, Latino communities continue to struggle with HIV/AIDS in a variety of ways.

For example, Latinos are still less likely than other Americans to be aware that they have contracted the disease or even know how it is spread. AIDS remains one of the top three causes of death for Latinas between ages 25 and 34, while African-Americans represent over half of all new HIV infections among Latinos.

HIV & AIDS Awareness Slogans


  1. Say NO to AIDS
  2. AIDS: Prevention is the only cure
  3. AIDS, the gift that keeps on giving
  4. Let’s find a way to take AIDS away
  5. End the Dread…Stop the Spread
  6. AIDS can’t be cured with BAND AIDS
  7. Ignorance is not a bliss
  8. Until we are all safe, no one is safe.
  9. Avoid the scare…be aware
  10. Open your eyes before AIDS closes them
  11. AIDS is a killer disease, destroys human in all the fields

Popular Quotes on HIV & AIDS


  1. “HIV/AIDS has no boundaries.” — Annie Lennox

  1. “When you ask people what they think of Africa, they think of AIDS, genocide, disasters, famine.” — Mo Ibrahim

  1. “Give a child love, laughter and peace, not AIDS.” — Nelson Mandela

  1. “This AIDS stuff is pretty scary. I hope I don’t get it.” — Robert Mapplethorpe

  1. “AIDS is an absolutely tragic disease. The argument about AIDS’ being some kind of divine retribution is crap.” — Calvin Klein

  1. “AIDS is a complex situation that’s sure to bring out the best and the worst in people.” — Niki de St. Phalle

  1. “I think AIDS can be won. I think we can win this fight. It is winnable. But it means behavior change.” — Franklin Graham

  1. “The AIDS is a disease that is hard to talk about.” — Bill Gates

  1. “AIDS itself is subject to incredible stigma.” — Bill Gates

  1. “You have so much power to bring awareness, prevention and change.” — Ashley Judd

Loving what you are reading? Here are few more HIV AIDS awareness quotes


  1. “India has an enormous amount of AIDS awareness.” — Sharon Stone

  1. “We need men and women to sit down and talk to each other about sex honestly and openly. That would help us fight Aids so immediately. But our lack of communication is hugely problematic.” — Emma Thompson

  1. “One of the best ways to fight stigma and empower HIV-positive people is by speaking out openly and honestly about who we are and what we experience.” — Alex Garner

  1. “We must have safe places where people can discuss and be treated. Forty-four million people are already dead from AIDS. What logic is there in not discussing the word?” — Sharon Stone

  1. “AIDS is such a scary thing and it’s also the kind of thing that you think won’t happen to you. It can happen to you and it’s deadly serious.” — Ice T

  1. “HIV AIDS is a disease with stigma. And we have learned with experience, not just with HIV AIDS but with other diseases, countries for many reasons are sometimes hesitant to admit they have a problem.” — Margaret Chan

  1. “The stigma, the fact that nobody was talking about AIDS was arguably killing more people than the virus itself. So I did an ad about the fact that nobody was speaking about HIV/AIDS.” — Kenneth Cole

  1. “If a country denies it has AIDS, that country will inevitably become an even greater victim.” — Richard Holbrooke

  1. “Education is the movement from darkness to light.” — Allan Bloom

  1. If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” — Derek Bok

Hungry for more? Here are few more HIV AIDS awareness quotes


  1. “It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance.” — Elizabeth Taylor

  1. “Rumors of sneezing, kissing, tears, sweat, and saliva spreading AIDS caused people to panic.” — Ryan White

  1. “AIDS today is not a death sentence. It can be treated as a chronic illness or a chronic disease.” — Yusuf Hamied

  1. “The challenges surrounding HIV and AIDS are getting more complex and mature, and we just can’t stick our heads in the sand and say ‘it can’t happen to me.’” — Brande Roderick

  1. “Let us give publicity to HIV/AIDS and not hide it, because [that is] the only way to make it appear like a normal illness” — Nelson Mandela

  1. “An educated child is better equipped to handle all the challenges of life, from finding work to avoiding diseases like HIV/AIDS.” — Laura Bush

  1. “Investment in AIDS will be repaid a thousand-fold in lives saved and communities held together.” — Peter Piot

  1. “The male elites that run most countries are exceedingly uncomfortable with the subject of AIDS because it’s a sexually transmitted disease.” — Richard Holbrooke

Slogans & Quotes on Staying Loyal to Your Partner


  1. A single partner is like a quick shot of whisky; moving onto another makes the life risky.

  1. Play it safe with a single partner or die with two. The choice is yours!

  1. Few minutes of pleasure can bring a lifelong curse on your family! Think about it!

  1. The disease can travel from husband to wife; leaving the children alone and scared for life.

  1. Few minutes of satisfaction, can give lifetime of medication.

  1. If you have ever crossed the line; get a checkup to know if everything is fine.

  1. Sudden infatuation; leads to medical complication.

  1. “Bad marriages don’t cause infidelity; infidelity causes bad marriages.” — Frank Pittman

  1. “No adultery is bloodless.” — Natalia Ginzburg

  1. “When adultery walks in, everything worth having walks out.” — Woodrow M. Kroll

Safe & Protected Sex Slogans & Quotes | International Condom Day


Wearing a condom can prevent pregnancy and STDs (Sexually transmitted diseases), including HIV.


Condom Awareness Slogans


  1. Better safe than Sorry
  2. Wear protection to prevent infection
  3. Use protection, to satisfy your infatuation
  4. Don’t condemn yourself, use condom for yourself
  5. Condoms are cheaper than AIDS
  6. If you want to live longer, say no to unprotected encounter
  7. Are few minutes of unprotected thrills, worth a lifetime of pills?
  8. Each time you sleep with someone, you also sleep with his past.
  9. AIDS is no joke, wrap before you poke
  10. Better to protect, rather than regret

Loving what you are reading? Here are few more Condom Awareness Slogans


  1. ABC – Abstain, Be faithful and Condomise
  2. Don’t harm yourself, arm yourself. Use Condom
  3. Keep condom in your pocket, HIV is out there
  4. Pleasure for a moment; pain for a lifetime
  5. Protect, don’t neglect
  6. The best packages stay wrapped
  7. Let your past make you better, not bitter
  8. Use helmet while driving in an unknown tunnel
  9. Few minutes of pleasure, a lifetime of pain
  10. Wear it or bear it
  11. Prevention is better than cure; especially when something has no cure

How To Celebrate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day?

The best way that you can honor those who have lost their lives due to this disease is by learning more about it and how you, too, might be affected. For example, the CDC estimates that one in five people living with HIV do not know they have been infected. In other words, one in five people could be passing on the virus without even knowing that it is happening—and therefore endangering their own lives as well as those of others.

If you’re looking to celebrate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day responsibly this year, then consider taking a trip down memory lane to the year 1990.

This was when one in five Latino men were reportedly diagnosed with HIV or AIDS, and it’s still a problem today — especially among Latinas. The best way that you can honor those who have lost their lives due to this disease is by learning more about it and how you, too, might be affected.

For example, the CDC estimates that one in five people living with HIV do not know they have been infected. In other words, one in five people could be passing on the virus without even knowing that it is happening—and therefore endangering their own lives as well as those of others.

If you’re looking to celebrate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day responsibly this year, then consider taking a trip down memory lane to the year 1990. This was when one in five Latino men were reportedly diagnosed with HIV or AIDS, and it’s still a problem today — especially among Latinas.

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