Skip Navigation Bar

Digital Gallery

Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture

Native Peoples Respond to HIV/AIDS

Open Description

To view the theme description, please enable JavaScript on your browser.

Protect yourself against AIDS, 1980s-1990s

Once accepted and even revered in a number of Native communities, “two-spirit” (a gender distinction that describes people with both male and female spirits) Native men and women have faced discrimination since homosexual intolerance was introduced by the dominant American culture. The gender-neutral couple illustrated on this poster is an attempt to reach this audience

  • Publisher(s):
    Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center
  • Type:
Blue and black drawing of an American Indian man and woman looking at each other with a rising sun behind them.