How could someone like me be HIV positive?
How could someone like me be HIV Positive
"Anytime. Anywhere. Anyone. HIV/AIDS does not discriminate. Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Week 2002 - November 24-December 1, 2002. Sends emails to her sister. Eats yoghurt for breakfast. Single mother. Loves throwing surprise parties. Wants to be a grandmother. Worries about her family's future. Likes to take her kids camping in the backyard. Always knows how far away a washroom is. Enjoys reading to her kids. Gets angry when she hears people say that HIV/AIDS isn't a big deal anymore."
Color photograph of a young woman looking up, hands together.
AIDS Education Collection
ChildrenHappinessHIV (Viruses)HIV-positive womenMothersWomen
Canadian Strategy on HIV/AIDS (Association)
43.0cm x 28.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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