Low-income teens and those from minority groupings were less inclined to have these protective factors. For instance, only 42 % of teens from the poorest families and about the same %age of Asian American teens had a high degree of support at college. General, about 60 % of teens reported high levels of support at school, the study found. Thirty-one % of the teens in the analysis participated in clubs outside of school, the results showed. But also for the poorest college students, 19 % were in after-school clubs just. Among Hispanic students, 23 % were in after-school clubs. About 70 % of well-off teens had a job model, compared with about 50 percent of Hispanic and poor teens, the research revealed.‘But, together we must unite in this work.’ For the third consecutive 12 months, Positively Aware and TPAN will work together with Let's Together Stop HIV, an HIV awareness and anti-stigma work of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , in order to extend A Time with HIV and empower a lot more people on public media to take action, become involved, and imagine A Time with HIV. ‘These two campaigns talk about the same goals of raising general HIV awareness and combatting stigma,’ stated Berry. ‘We're honored to be working together once again upon this important initiative to tackle misperceptions, stigma, and discrimination and break down barriers to HIV prevention, testing, and care.’ By signing up for forces with A Day with HIV on Tuesday, September 22nd, we are able to all do our part to help eliminate the stigma often associated with HIV.