Traditional values can stamp out the A.I.D.S. virus
Traditional values can stamp out the AIDS virus
"1. Wisdom: Informing yourself correctly about AIDS, to protect yourself and those you care about.2. Generosity: Sharing what you have learned about AIDS with others is the best way to stop the spread of AIDS in Indian country.3. Courage: Having the strength to stand up against peer pressure. And the courage to say no.4. Acceptance: Accepting others for the way they are. In sickness and in health.5. Respect: To insure future generations, respect your feeling, body, values, your life, and the decision of others.'There is an order in life that encircles the man, the woman and the child, everlasting and pure. Silently within the man speaks the love and respect for life. It is echoed in the woman, it is witnessed by the child. This is my heaven, this is my home.' (Chief Dan George, Co-Salish Tribe)"
Illustration of a man and woman in Native American clothing; in the background a larger outlined image of an elder.
AIDS Education Collection
Indians of North AmericaMenWomen
Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
Lake Andes, South Dakota, USA
44.5cm x 57.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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