Love can prevent AIDS, 1980s-1990s
This poster introduced a cultural imperative for Native American women by associating celibacy and abstinence with personal and tribal respect.
Publisher(s): BC Native AIDS Awareness Project
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LOVE CAN PREVENT AIDS
Aids is a deadly disease - there is no cure. You can catch AIDS if you have sex or share needles with someone who is infected. And you Can’t tell who is infected because most infected people appear normal and healthy. Love for yourself, your partner and your community can protect you from AIDS and prevent its spread. Stay with one partner or use latex condoms and don’t use or share needles.
For AIDS information, call toll-free: Anywhere in B.C.: 1-800-972-2437 In Vancouver: 872-6652
RESPECT YOURSELF HONOUR OUR PEOPLE STAND AS ONE NATION AGAINST AIDS
The B.C. Native AIDS Awareness Project is an initiative supported by the B.C. Ministry of Health and by the Federal Centre for AIDS, Health Protection Branch, Health and Welfare Canada.
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