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Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture

America Responds to AIDS

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AIDS is a problem for Hispanics, too, 1980s

AIDS forced many families to have difficult conversations about risk behaviors. Posters like this one attempted to encourage more open discussion to help provide correct information across generations on how to prevent the spread of AIDS

  • Publisher(s):
    Centers for Disease Control
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Blue tinted photograph of an elderly Hispanic woman with crossed arms looking at the viewer. Behind her is a mantelpiece with a sculpture of the Virgin Mary.