AIDS is an equal opportunity disease!, 1986
Strong and straightforward, this MAP (Minority AIDS Project) poster presented the basics of transmission and prevention of AIDS using informal language and a stern tone. The poster also featured an image of a stylish African American woman who might not (but should) consider herself at risk.
Publisher(s): Minority AIDS Project
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AIDS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DISEASE!!!
TOO MANY BLACK MALES, FEMALES AND BABIES HAVE DIED FROM AIDS.
- Limit Sex to one partner
- Use condoms (rubbers). don’t exchange body fluids.
- don’t share needles
- Reduce alcohol intake and mind-altering drugs.
- Reduce stress or worry. Exercise and get plenty of rest.
- Eat well-balanced meals.
- People can be infected with the AIDS virus and look healthy
- AIDS can be spread sexually from men to men, from men to women, and from women to men
REMEMBER - THERE IS NO CURE FOR AIDS.
Prevention is the only way to stop this disease.
WANT TO KNOW MORE? ASK US:
MINORITY HEALTH PROJECT
Funded in part by California Department of Health Services and The Liberty Hill Foundation
©COPYRIGHT UFCC 1986
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