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Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture

Native Peoples Respond to HIV/AIDS

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Having sex now is risky, 1989

Public health campaigns aimed at heterosexual Native men often focused on the risks of unprotected sex, which included fatherhood as well as sexually transmitted disease and AIDS.

  • Publisher(s):
    Haskell Indian Junior College Foundation
  • Type:
Black and white drawing of an American Indian man wearing a yellow scarf holding a baby, in the background are a yellow sign and two yellow teepees.