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The white cover of The Non-Color AIDS color me deadly coloring book featuring a hairy green monster with brown hands and feet in the center of the book. Above the monster are the words the non-color are written using a black outline and the word AIDS is written using red lettering. Below the monster are the words color me deadly written using blue lettering and the words color book written using black lettering. A blue student booklet for Learning about AIDS. In the upper portion of the booklet is a multi-color illustration of a girl and a dog above the title.
The white cover of the The Non-Color AIDS color me deadly coloring book featuring a hairy green monster with brown hands and feet in the center of the book. Above the monster are the words the non-color are written using a black outline and the word AIDS is written using red lettering. Below the monster are the words color me deadly written using blue lettering and the words color book written using black lettering. Page two of  The Non-Color AIDS color me deadly coloring book featuring an illustration of a man in a bathroom wearing protective gown, gloves, and mask. The title of the page says meet Winston Worrywart. He will not share a bathroom, toilet, or bathing facilites with any infected person to keep from getting AIDS. On the bottom the text says Color him wrong. The AIDS virus cannot be spread this way, or by eating or drinking.

The Non-Color AIDS. Morrie Turner. Coronado Neighborhood Council. 1987. Used with permission.