University of Rochester AIDS Education Collection

AIDS Zone. Where are we now?
"Fewer people are dying of AIDS. More people are living with AIDS: contributions are down, 'volunteering' is down, the healthcare system is crumbling. You are still living in the midle of an epidemic. Now more than ever. Give. Work. Fight.", Text in black and yellow with a black biohazard symbol on a gray and white "rippled" background., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS [untranslated]
"Ministry of Health. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan", Illustration of an anthropomorphic airplane with a mouth, wing with a hand on its end and flying with a satchel over one wing., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS action..
...if you live in the city...if you have a good doctor...if you have a fixed address...if you can get through the red tape...if you are rich and white...if you take control...if we make it happen., Text shaped as the organization's logo multiple times., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS affects Irish people
"For information and support phone the numbers above. Poster funded by the Health Promotion Unit, Dept. of Health, Hawkins Hse., Dublin and the Southern Health Board.", Illustration of a map of Ireland with images of people representing different communities around Ireland, with cities and telephone numbers for information about AIDS., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS affects everybody
"Created for the Red Ribbon Project in conjunction with World AIDS Day by Barbara Graham.", Nine squares with illustrations of couples hugging, close-up of pairs of faces, and then of people alone. with red ribbons on their shirts. A red ribbon is pinned to a "V" with the text., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS affects everybody
"Your sister, your brother, your lover, your father, your mother, your grandfather, your grandmother, your niece, your nephew, your aunty, your uncle, your cousing, your best friend.""AIDS affects everybody.""Victorian AIDS Council. Created for the Red Ribbon Project in conjunction with World AIDS Day by Barbara Graham.", Text on a rainbow background with a logo image of a red ribbon is pinned on a "V"., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS affects us all
Photograph of a naked infant with sensors on its body; high contrast image of genitalia., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS affects us too. We need love, care and understanding which only you can give. Find out about the needs of children with AIDS
"A message from the Pan-American Health Organisation and the National AIDS Programme.", Photograph of two babies., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS ain't just some big city problem
Photograph of Mark Chestnutt with text., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS and HIV - how you can protect yourself
Photo of five people talking and detailed information about AIDS transmission and prevention., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS and families
"World AIDS Day, 1 December '94""Protect and care for the ones we love.""World AIDS Day is sponsored in the United States by the American Association for World Health.", Illustration of a world globe surrounded by cutouts or paper dolls with their hands joined to make a circle. A red ribbon appears at each corner of the illustration., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS and families with dependent children
"Most parents would give their kids everything they have. Unfortunately, that includes AIDS. learn the facts about AIDS prevention today--so your kids won't have to. Call 273-AIDS. OUtside Milwaukee, call 1-800-334-AIDS.", Black-and-white photograph of a mother and her child, both looking into the camera., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS and the Family
Illustration of two "Bird condoms" (two unrolled condoms with wings) kissing with a heart shape at their "beaks.", [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS and youth
"This painting tells the reality of life today, that people of all races meet, marry and have children, and our own youth are no exception. They move more freely with less discrimination than was the case in the past. Mixed marriages and relationships take place as they intermingle.Three circles are depicted at the bottom of the painting. The larger circle represents the general community, the two smaller ones represent the young girls and boys preparing to be initiated into adulthood. Initiation ceremonies were the classrooms of the past. Where adolescents were instructed in the responsibilities of adulthood, tribal law, and their place within the community. Sex education was an important part of their instruction.The faint impression of the milky way can be seen in the background that is forever ongoing just as are our tradition and culture, values and principles. What does change is our attitude to them.The virus is the focal point of the painting. Through education we can each pass on the values and principles of our culture to our youth and create a greater awareness and understanding of responsible behavior for our race-- the human race.", Many little drawings with graphic symbols., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS antibody counseling and testing
"Free, confidential and anonymous services provided to all Upper Peninsula residents by Marquette County Health Department and Marquette General Hospital.""Funding provided by the Michigan Department of Public Health, Marquette General Hospital, and Marquette County Health Department.", Text and illustration of an outline map of the Great Lakes with the state of Michigan in red., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS aprenda e viva
Aprende a proteger-se contra AIDS, Text and graphic of a heart in red on a blue background with a white border., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS attacks all nations
"Tansi, Hello, My name is Aaron Currie. While I was going to school at the Samson Alternative School, I was asked if I wanted to do a poster on AIDS Awareness in community of Hobbema. I took it because no one else wanted to. No one likes to talk about AIDS until it's too late, but we have to be aware of this killer disease that attacks all Nations, yes, us too. We can overcome the fear of this virus with awarenss. I am happy to have been asked... Aaron Currie. Take precautions. Ayasweyihtamok", Above the text is a circle with several drawings inside. Clockwise from top: a Bald Eagle flies in front of the sun, over a black-and-white drawing of an elderly person; a person in traditional Native American dress and face paint in front of three tepees; a bison; two silhouetted figured in traditional Native American dress; two people in modern dress, arms around each other; a syringe with a skull on it, on top of a hand-rolled cigarette; two condoms; the word AIDS; the face of a person kissing the neck of another; a fetus; a hand on the shoulder of a emaciated person; a crying older person and grave marker with shovel; a skeletal hand; a hooded skull with superimposed "no" symbol. Bellow, the word 'Ayasweyihtamok' is represented in both the Latin alphabet and Inuktitut syllabics., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS attacks the body, ignorance attacks the spirit
"For more information: (905) 528-0854, 1-800-563-6919. Hamilton AIDS Network. Serving Hamilton, Wentworth, Halton, Brant County, Haldimand, Norfolk", Text in black on white background., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS attacks the body. Prejudice attacks the spirit. Both can kill
"One is caused by a virus. One is caused by ignorance."New Zealand AIDS Foundation, Text black on white., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS awareness
Greenwich Town Hall, December 7th to 21st, 1993."Remembrance - This 3-dimensional collage commemorating the Names Project / AIDS Quilt was created by Lawrence M. Romorini to benefit people living with AIDS.", A colorful collage of AIDS-related images, with photos of large crowds as the border and red ribbons in the corners., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS awareness starts with you!
"AIDS is everybody's problem.""AIDS: A time to act.""AIDS Awareness: Knowledge is the key", Group of posters created by high school and middle school students relating to AIDS awareness., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim Tango. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a light purple background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim bier. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a yellow background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim flirten. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a blue background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim handedruck. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a yellow background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim schmusen. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a green background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim schwimmen. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on blue with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim spielen. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a purple background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bekommt man nicht beim streicheln. Und beim sex schützen Kondome. Rettet die Liebe
Text in orange and white on a purple background with a drawn telephone., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS braucht Hilfe
"Leisten sie bitte einen Beitrag zur Volksgesundheit, unterstützen Sie die Arbeit der österreichischen AIDS-Hilfe. Österreichische AIDS-Hilfe.", Illustration, center, blue figure on an orange shape, around the edges legs and feet in yellow with a black outline., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS braucht Mit-Arbeit
AIDS braucht Mit-Arbeit. Die Infektion führt in den meisten Fällen in die Isolation. Zum sozialen Tod. Menschen, die mit dem AIDS-Virus infiziert sind, brauchen unsere Hilfe. AIDS kann nicht durch soziale Kontakte übertragen werden. Auch nicht am Arbeitsplatz. Information ist Wissen. Wissen nimmt die Angst. Nur ohne Angst ist es möglich, Menschen mit AIDS am sozialen Leben teilnehemen zu lassen. Mehr darüber im AIDS-Ratgeber für Alle. Erhältlich bei der Österreichischen AIDS-Hilfe. (Spendenkonto P.S.K. 7939.600), AIDS requires cooperation. The infection leads in most cases to isolation. To social death. People infected with the AIDS virus need our help. AIDS cannot be transmitted through social contact. Also not in the workplace. Information is knowledge. Knowledge takes away fear. Only without fear is it possible for people with AIDS to be allowed to participate in a social life. More information in AIDS- Counseling for All. Available at the Austrian AIDS-Hilfe. Donations: P.S.K 7939.600. [Translated by Adam Rogers], Yellow hand with a curled up figure., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS brings death to family farms. Who is left to do the farming?
"Nutrition, labour, farm power, income, is much more than antiretrovirals needed." "Our commitments to prevent HIV-AIDS are as vigorous as ever.", Color photograph of a woman balancing a basket on her head, standing behind seven children of various ages. Images of an ox and a pair of graves appear over the larger photograph. An AIDS ribbon appears near the title., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bringt uns nicht aus dem takt
Young people performing in a musical group., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS bu mutluluğu yok edebilir…
Photograph closeup of a woman and man with a baby., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS buril?a xa nuwets' exali ?at'e
Color photograph of an elder man holding a pamphlet and speaking to two young people., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS can affect anyone
"AIDS. Everyone needs to know the facts.", Large group of people standing in front of gray cloth, as in a photography studio., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS can be prevented. Learn
"Get the facts• You cannot get AIDS from coughs, sneezes, hugs, sharing food or bathrooms, or working with someone who has the virus.• You can get AIDS from sexual contact or sharing needles with someone who has the virus. A woman can pass the AIDS virus to her unborn child if she becomes infected before or during pregnancy.• You cannot tell who has the AIDS virus. A person who looks healthy can still pass the virus on to others.• You can reduce your risk by:- knowing what will and what will not transmit the AIDS virus- never sharing needles or syringes- using latex condoms every time you have sex", Text on gray, white and light blue irregular stripes., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS can be spread through sex. Use condoms and avoid AIDS
"Directorate of Health Services, Manipur""Printed at the Directorate of Ptg & Sty, Manipur", Text in red, black and blue., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS can blow your high
"If you're not going to stop, at least use clean needles.", Text and illustration of a syringe with blood at its tip., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS can blow your high
"If you're not going to stop, at least use clean needles. HERO. We want you to know more.", Text and large image of a syringe and at the tip of the needle a drop of blood., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.