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Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture

Native Peoples Respond to HIV/AIDS

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AIDS—it kills Indians too!, 1980s

In addition to a straightforward message to counteract a common myth among some Native communities that AIDS is a disease that affects only gay men, this poster drew a clear line between the universal impact of AIDS and death by depicting a cremation ceremony conducted by some Native nations. In other words, like death, everybody is susceptible to AIDS.

  • Publisher(s):
    Native American AIDS Advisory Board
  • Type:
    Poster
Color drawing of a American Indian man in red clothing laying on a wooden platform above a fire.