University of Rochester AIDS Education Collection

AIDS geht uns alle an!
Illustration of a crowd of people, showing their faces., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS geht uns alle an. Das Kondom schützt nich ver AIDS [...]
Photograph of a computer screen with text conjugating the phrase "das Kondom schützt nich ver AIDS" into different grammatical persons, with "AIDS geht uns alle an" in larger text in the place of the first person plural., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS geht uns alle an. Ich habe AIDS, Du hast AIDS, Er hat AIDS [...]
"Das Kondom schützt vor AIDS. Eine Aktion des Gesundheitsministeriums.", Text on a blackboard in white, yellow and red chalk. Conjugating the phrase I have AIDS, you have AIDS, he has AIDS...
AIDS geht uns alle an. Lass den kollegen nicht im stich. Rettet die liebe
AIDS geht uns alle an. Lass den Kollegen nicht im Stich. Rettet die Liebe. Weitere Informationen geben die Gesundheitsämter, die AIDS- Hilfen und andere AIDS-Beratungsstellen., AIDS affects us all. Don't let our peers down. Save the love. For more information, contact the health authorities, the AIDS-Hilfe, and other AIDS services. [Translated by Adam Rogers], Text in orange and white on a gray background and a drawn illustration of a telephone near the bottom of the poster., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS gets around! Don't be at risk!
"Practice safer sex. Use a condom (rubber). Don't use drugs. Don't share needles or works", Photo of a number of young people standing in front of a wall with graffiti on it., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hakkında neler biliyorsunuz?
Illustration of a furry monster with claws, horns, a forked tail, and sharp teeth, and papers sticking out of his "pockets", [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hat ein Gesicht
"Gemeinsam die Herausforderung annehmen - weltweit. Vier Leben in Berlin. Ein Selbsthilfeprojekt in Brasilien.", High contrast photograph of a woman's face., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hat ein Gesicht. Du bist herausgefordert
Photograph of a man whose face and arms show some of the effects of having HIV/AIDS., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hat ein Gesicht: Die Herausforderung sind wir
Photograph of two men with their arms around each, with a wheelchair and IV pole nearby., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hat verschiedene Geschichter
"Berliner AIDS-Hilfe e.V. AG Prävention.", Illustration of two heads in profile. One has is black on a polka dot background, the other is white with yellow poka dots on a solid green background., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hits below the belt
Black-and-white photograph of a group of men and women shown from the waist down., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS hotline
"Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.""Referrals, Information, Counseling & Testing Locations.""800-624-2377 (toll free)""New Jersey Department of Health. Please post.", Black text on yellow background., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS im Knast. Lasst betroffene nicht abseits stehen!
Illustration of a group of men in small groups in a walled yard., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS in Europe. The behavioural aspect. European conference on methods and results of psycho-social AIDS-research
"European conference on methods and results of psycho-social AIDS-researchSeptember 26-29, 1994Berlin, GermanyHaus am Köllnischen Park10179 Berlin, Telefon 23 806 804", A blue band cuts horizontally across this yellow poster. In the band hangs a digitized image of an AIDS virus. Text fills the yellow sections on top and bottom., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS in LA
Text with map of the Los Angeles area in green, yellow and red on a black background, showing concentration of AIDS cases., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS in New York City. Living longer, staying strong
Black text on a white background with yellow squares. One side in English, the verso in Spanish., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS in the black community
"Do you know that females can get AIDS by having sex with drug users and bi-sexual men? Do you know that babies are being born with AIDS? Do you know that Black men are three times as likely to get AIDS as White me? Do you know what you can do to keep from geting AIDS?", Photograph of a woman holding a baby., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS in the world
The Pandemic: By the year 2000, 38 to 110 million adults may be HIV infected--an effective response can make the difference. The Challenge: The gap between the pandemic and the current response is growing rapidly. The world needs a new approach--A New Health Strategy for AIDS.Cumulative HIV infections as of January 1, 1993: 19.5 million., This poster lays a line chart of the global HIV infection rate over a map of the world. The map lists regional infection rate statistics above corresponding global areas., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS infolijn. HIV pluslijn
Phonebook page showing text in black and yellow on red., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is #2 on the best killer list - and still climbing
"AIDS is blind to age, race, religion and sexual preference. All Nebraskans are at risk. Help prevent the spread of AIDS through education by making a tax-deductible donation to the Nebraska AIDS Project today.""Douglas County Health Department", Photograph of a clipboard, with a piece of paper on it with Douglas County Health Department information about the leading causes of death for males 22-44., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a disease that does not discriminate..
"Yesterday you heard something about it on the evening news... Today you were told that the wife of one of your friends had just died of AIDS... Tomorrow it could be you or one of your children. Protect yourself and your family. Get the facts about AIDS. For more information call: The Hispanic Health Council AIDS Unit or Mujeres en Acción Pro Salud Reproductiva Project Hartford CT", Black silhouette of a woman walking among plants on a yellow background., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a disease which can be prevented
Illustration of a hand; the fingertips have drawings of faces of a man, woman and children., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a disease which can be prevented. You say you know about AIDS but what do you really know about it?
"The Foundation will answer any questions and inquiries regarding AIDS and give counsel pertaining to AIDS. Privacy will be strictly protected.""Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention -- Historical Background and ActivitiesThe objective of Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention are"• To disseminate information for the prevention of AIDS• To promote research on prevention, treatment, etc. of AIDS• To exchange internationally information on AIDSand thereby contribute to the improvement of wealth and welfare of the people, with the Foundation being established on June 1, 1987.Historical BackgroundSince patients with AIDS were discovered and confirmed in the United States of America in June 1981, AIDS has been spreading around the world at a terrific rate and in Japan also the first AIDS patient was discovered in March 1985.Since then, AIDS has come into the limelight as a problem close and familiar to everyone.Under the situation where no effective vaccine or drugs for treatment have been yet developed, there arose rapidly the consensus that the eradication of AIDS is the foremost problem of mankind.Based on this fact, in February 1987 the government decided to promote AIDS control comprehensively without a moment's delay before the situation takes a serious turn and made a firm policy determination to subsidize private organizations for the promotion of research on AIDS and along with it energetically educate and build up these organizations and thereby, after obtaining the approval of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, established this Foundation in June 1987.Slogan of AIDS campaign posters(left)• Are you prepared to take the risk? You will take the responsibility for the risk with your partner!• Protect your loved one from exposure to HIV.ActivitiesThe objectives of this Foundation are (1) the dissemination of knowledge and information on AIDS and education and enlightenment on AIDS and (2) the promotion of research on AIDS control.The activities of the Foundation began in parallel with the raising of contributions and were carried out on a full scale from 1988, the second year after the establishment of this Foundation.The activities in 1989 increased 30 percent in the amount of money used to carry out the activities as compared to the previous year, showing much more richness in the contents of the activities.Specifically, the special features of the activities are: (1) to endeavor on the one hand to educate, train and assist the young research workers in the universities and research institutes, (2) to actively exchange foreign and Japanese research workers and information on AIDS, (3) to entrust survey and research foreign countries if they can be done effectively, (4) to obtain the cooperation of persons engaged in anti-AIDS measures and research on AIDS in all parts of the country and with the participation of these research workers hold symposia and training courses and (5) to commence work on counselling for the HIV-infected persons and strive for a substantial consultation system with the extensive cooperation of the research team of the Ministry of Health and Welfare.Besides the government subsidy and trust money, a large part of the fund of the Foundation for its activities is composed of donations from corporations, individuals and various organizations and associations.The activities of the Foundation are the fruit of the enthusiasm of many people of both inside and outside of Japan to eradicate AIDS.Main charity parties and events1988Apr. Charity dinner party, sponsored by the American Foundation for AIDS Research and this Foundation.Apr. Charity Soccer 'Kick AIDS'88', sponsored by the Japanese Soccer Association and Fuji Television CompanyApr. Charity Dinner Auction, sponsored by the Cicciolina Welcome CommitteeMay. AIDS Prevention Enlightenment Event, sponsored by the Japanese Women AIDS Fund and this Foundation.Sep. Charity and Song Festival, sponsored by the Japanese Association of Vocalists", Text and white silhouettes of people working on one side of poster; the other side has additional text detailing the history of the Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention and images of AIDS Education posters and books. Includes an outline of activities, list of directors of the Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention with a map to the Foundation's office., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a hurt that can be touched…keep our community strong
Abstract illustration of women holding hands in a circle., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a problem for Hispanics, too
Photo of an older woman in her home, looking in the camera with her arms crossed., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease
"Protect yourself -- stick to one faithful partner.""If you have sex with somebody else, use condoms (Durex).""Remember -- this is no vaccine there is no cure.", Graphic with silhouettes of people and arrows showing how one person can affect many with the disease., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a sexually-transmitted disease. Practise "safer sex"
"Safer sex is any sexual practice that reduces the risk of passing HIV from one person to another. The best protection is to choose sexual activities that do not allow semen, vaginal fluid or blood (including menstrual blood) to enter the vagina, mouth or anus or touch the skin where there is an open cut or sore. These fluids carry HIV and can spread the disease. Some people choose to continue sexual activity, specific safer practices include: A mutually faithful relationship between two uninfected partners. Using a condom for all types of intercourse - vaginal, anal and oral. Nonpenetrative sexual practices such as hugging, kissing, rubbing and masturbating. Reducing the number of sexual partners. Avoiding sex when you have open sores or any sexually transmitted disease (STD). Avoiding sex with partners who have open sores or STDs. While some practices are obviously safer than others, choose the approach that best suits you. Adopt a healthy lifestyle. Avoid AIDS. Choose Health. Published and printed by Health Education Unit Ministry of Health Malaysia.", Red and blue text, with a red heart, with a high-contrast photograph of a two people within it., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a terrible danger hanging over all of us. But we can rest peacefully if we avoid the high-risk practices
Photograph of a woman on left of poster with "thought balloon" showing what she is saying. To the left is a photograph of Cedi House and below that is a photograph of a man sleeping. Above him is a weight suspended on a rope with HIV/AIDS on the weight and a hand holding a scissors ready to cut the weight and let it fall on the sleeping man., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
Ilustration of a woman reading with food on a plate in front of her, on a teal background, [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
"The AIDS hotline 1-800-TALK-HIVFor the hearing impaired TDD (212) 532-8570/8683Rudolph W. Guiliani Mayor City of New YorkMargaret A. Hamburg Commissioner New York City Department of Health", Twelve-month calendar on a yellow background. Illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
12-month calendar on a teal background. Illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
Illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
The AIDS Hotline 718-485-8111For the hearing impaired TDD (212) 532-8570/8663David N. Dinkins, Mayor, City of New YorkMargaret Hamburd, M.D., Acting Commissioner, New York City Department of Health, This tall and narrow poster furnishes a 1992 calendar, decorated at top with an illustration of a woman reading., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
Twleve-month calendar with illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
"The AIDS hotline 212-447-8200. For the hearing impaired TDD (212) 532-8570/8683", Twelve-month calendar on a red background. Illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is a women's issue
Illustration of a woman reading a book, cityscape out her window. Plate with food on a table in front of her., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is an equal opportunity disease!!!
Too many black males, females and babies have died from AIDS. Limit Sex to one partnerUse condoms(rubbers). Don't exchange body fluids.Don't share needlesReduce alcohol intake and mind-altering drugs.Reduce stress or worry. Eercise and get plenty of rest.Eat wel-balanced meals.People can be infect with the AIDS virus and look healthy.AIDS can be spread sexually from men to men, fmor men to women and frmo women to men.Remember there is no cure for AIDS. Prevention is the only way to stop this disease.Want to know more? Ask us:, Text in red, black and green on a white background with the illustration of a woman's face., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is caused by a virus called the HIV virus
"HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.""It is a tiny germ which attacks our immune system.", Text on a brown background with graphic border design., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is challenge for all of us. Let's face it together
"World AIDS Day - Poland 1992, December 1st, Min. of Health", Abstract illustration of people in orange and purple, with cubes on their heads., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
AIDS is deadly. Crush it... ...Use condom
"Issued by: 37 Military Hospital - Accra, Health Division of Ghana Armed Forces. Designed and produced by Apple Pie Publicity Ltd. - Accra", Illustration of a soldier's camouflage leg and boot from knee to foot, stepping on the word AIDS., [Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.