Nobody's fault - Everybody's problem. Fight AIDS -- Not People with AIDS
"AIDS is a terrifying disease. That fear tempts us to search for scapegoats. We pretent that AIDS only affects certain groups. We let racism and homophobia blind us to the truth.""AIDS will eventually impact all of our lives. There are nearly two million people infected in this country already. Our neighbors, our loved ones, and our children are all at risk.""AIDS is a medical problem. And it will take all of us -- committed and caring -- to solve it."
Black-and-white photo of a group of people from all walks of life.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS phobiaAttitude (Psychology)HomophobiaSocial groups
Los Angeles. Community Development Department
Los Angeles, California, USA
43.0cm x 28.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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