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Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture

Native Peoples Respond to HIV/AIDS

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Protect your health and the health of those you love, 1989

While most Native AIDS outreach and education services came from local or tribal organizations, the National Native American AIDS Hotline based in Oakland, California, provided support for all Native peoples. The telephone hotline provided access to vital information as well as assurances of confidentiality and anonymity.

  • Publisher(s):
    Alaska Native Health Board
  • Type:
Color photograph of an American Indian man and woman embracing in a snow covered field.