All of a sudden AIDS no longer dominates the front page. The obituary page, however, is another story
All of a sudden AIDS no longer dominates the front page
"While many would like to believe the AIDS epidemic is over we're compelled to remind you that 50,000 people will die of AIDS this year. Making our services - housing, respite care, legal assistance, transportation, meal delivery - more needed than ever. Please make a donation. Contact the AIDS Action Committee at 1-800-235-2331."
Four-part image: Two text blocks and two images of a newspaper obituary page.
AIDS Education Collection
Protect yourself and end the epidemic series
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
58.5cm x 35.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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