This collection records document the establishment, development, and growth of the National Task Force on AIDS Prevention
(NTFP), which grew out of the National Black and White Men Together AIDS Committee, to address education and prevention issues
within multi-cultural and minority communities. The collection also contains materials from the Center for Positive Care and
the CARE Council.
The National Task Force on AIDS Prevention (NTFAP) originated as a program of the National Association of Black and White
Men Together (NABWMT), a multi-racial gay organization. NTFAP was officially founded in July of 1988, but was preceded by
AIDS education and support work carried out by Black and White Men Together (BWMT) chapters across the country.
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