Caring is healing. Care about: yourself, those with HIV/AIDS, others.
"Care about yourself. Honour our people. Stand as one nation against AIDS. The B.C. Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Program of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, is funded by the Aboriginal Health Division of the B.C. Ministry of Health. 'Every part of the cedar tree is good for something. It is used for wood, basket, canoes, & Medicine. The tree teaches us that we need our roots to keep us strong, that the branches reach out giving expression without hurting anyone, and that life is a journey, and the canoe takes us on this journey, But it is the loving spirit that gives the healing powers. We are the same.' Chief Leonard George, Tsleil-Waututh First Nation (Burrard), Lucy Barney, T'it'kit First Nation (Lillooet), Pictures by: Chris Auchter"
Auchter, Chris (artist)
Photo of a tree in a forest combined with a drawing of a man with his hand on a little girl's head as she looks up at him.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--Patients--CareIndigenous peoplesSolidarityTreesYouth
British Columbia Native AIDS Awareness Project
British Columbia, Canada
61.0cm x 46.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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