National Advisory Council:

  • Dr. Condessa Curley
  • Cynthia Davis
  • Dr. Germaine Smith Baugh
  • Anthony Snipes
  • Tracy Jones
  • Anita Castille
  • Rig Rush

Chapter Chairs:

Atlanta Chapter: ([email protected])
Theresa Waters Dunston
LaTonya Morrissette

Chicago Chapter: ([email protected])
Dr. Danica Wilson
Kendall Moore

Florida Chapter: ([email protected])
Gregory Jacques
Ebonni Chrispin

Chapter Chairs:

Los Angeles Chapter: ([email protected])
Lauren Hogan
Brittney Swan

Ohio Chapter: ([email protected])
LaTonya Thurman
Dawn Bell Richardson

Texas Chapter: ([email protected])
Juliet Mwai
Jimmy Ramsey

BLACC Community Partners:

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
  • The Inglewood Pacific (CA) Chapter, Links, Incorporated
  • National Council of Negro Women
  • Social Change
  • National Association of Black Journalists
  • PK Peoples Matter Foundation
  • Joseph & Evelyn Lowery Institute for Human Rights
  • In-Hale Entertainment
  • Youth Filmmakers of America
  • BronzeLens Film Festival
  • American Black Film Festival
  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated – 4th District
  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated – 12th District
  • National Forum for Black Public Administrators
  • Brotherhood Crusade
  • WSB-Television (Family 2 Family)
  • Urban League of Broward County
  • Los Angeles Urban League
  • National Urban League
  • Silence the Shame
  • Experience Christian Ministries

Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition

The Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition (BLACC), formerly known as the AHF Black AIDS Crisis Task Force, is an initiative of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) developed to create a coalition of African-American cultural influencers and health advocates who will promote sexual health and revolutionize outreach to the African-American community on the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Program Focus

BLACC members focus their outreach efforts through the following programs:

By empowering leaders in the fields of medicine, religion, sports, politics, business, academia, entertainment and civic organizations, BLACC members and supporters speak directly to our community to encourage sexual responsibility and keep HIV/STD prevention and treatment at the forefront of the national African-American agenda.

African-American families—and young people in particular—are the highest risk demographic for new HIV cases and AIDS-related deaths in the United States. BLACC is committed to increasing awareness, access to testing and care, and advocacy on behalf of African-American communities across our nation.