Prejudice can divide a community, as anyone with HIV in our community will tell you
HIV can't be passed on by living with, working with or even drinking with someone who has HIV. So why are we so prejudiced against people with HIV? People with HIV are still people - children, parents, professionals and members of our community - with just as much to offer as anyone else. And like anyone else, need the love and support of family, friends and the whole community. Prejudice? Think about it.
Photograph of a black man drinking out of a water fountain, labeled "Colored," with another drinking fountain labeled "White" next to it.
AIDS Education Collection
BlacksCommunity health servicesDiscriminationFamiliesFriendshipMenPrejudices
Terrence Higgins Trust
42.0cm x 59.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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