This Tuesday is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day set aside to acknowledge how HIV disproportionately affects the Black community.

In New York, more than 37% of people living with HIV are Black, despite making up less than 15% of the population.

Kimberleigh Joy Smith, the Senior Director of Public Policy and Advocacy at the Callen Lorde Community Health Center in Brooklyn, joined NY1 Saturday to talk about the challenges Black New Yorkers face getting care, and the push to continue community funding.