Rechazo. Aceptación. La primera reacción frente a un enfermo de SIDA no debe ser el rechazo. El necesita tu aceptación. Conoce Lazo Rojo. La campaña Lazo Rojo es un movimiento mundial de lucha contra el SIDA. Portar un Lazo Rojo significa estar informado, apoyar a los enfermos de SIDA y saber cómo protegerse para no contaer el VIH. Infórmate, reflexiona, protégete y después ponte un Lazo Rojo. Enlázate a la Vida. Unicef. Onusida. México-Salud 2000.
Rejection.Acceptance.The first reaction to an AIDS patient must not be rejection. He needs your acceptance.Meet Red Ribbon. The Red Ribbon campaign is a global movement of the fight against AIDS. To wear a Red Ribbon signifies being informed, supporting AIDS patients, and knowing how to protect yourself against HIV contraction.Inform yourself, reflect, protect yourself, and after wear a Red Ribbon.Connect yourself to life. [Translated by Michael Haft]
Two ribbons are featured; the first is in the form of an "X" beneath "Rechazo" and the second is in the form of an AIDS ribbon beneath "Aceptación."
AIDS Education Collection
Awareness ribbonsCommunity health servicesSocial acceptance
CONASIDA (Consejo Nacional de Prevencion y Control del SIDA)
Mexico City, Mexico
60.0cm x 40.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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