Amy's dad couldn't bring himself to accept he had AIDS. Now he can. He just can't bring himself to tell her
"Could you? Probably not. That's why he came to us. We didn't tell Amy for him though. We just helped him find the strenght to tell her himself.That's how we work. That's why London Lighthouse provides infomration, care and support for anyone affected by HIV and AIDS. Amy doesn't understand yet, but one day, she will. Young or old. HIm or her. Black or white. Straight or gay. AIDS doesn't care. We do. We need you to as well."
Photograph of a man holding a little girl.
AIDS Education Collection
Straight or gay. Old or young. White or black. Him or her. AIDS doesn't care.
Community health servicesConversationDaughtersFamiliesFathersHIV (Viruses)LoveMenYouth
59.5cm x 42.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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