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AIDS is an equal opportunity disease!: too many black males, females, and babies have died from AIDS

Alternate Title(s):
AIDS
Too many black males, females, and babies have died from AIDS
Contributor(s):
California. Department of Health Services.
Publication:
[Sacramento] : California Dept. of Health Services, c1989
Language(s):
English
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- prevention & control
Sexual Behavior
Safe Sex
Condoms
Disease Transmission, Infectious -- prevention & control
Needle Sharing -- adverse effects
Hotlines
Minority Groups
African Americans
Genre(s):
Posters
Abstract:
Poster with white background and print in black, red, and green. The visual is a photo reproduction of a group of several people. The people represent different age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds, all of whom are either Hispanic or African American. The text explains how people can avoid contracting AIDS (single partners, no needle sharing, using condoms, etc.), the fact that people who are infected with the AIDS virus can look healthy, and that the virus can be transmitted to partners during sex and to unborn babies through their mothers. Contact information is given at the bottom of the poster.
Copyright:
This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Extent:
1 photomechanical print (poster) : 43 x 28 cm.
Technique:
color
NLM Unique ID:
101450126 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A031544
Alternate Title(s):
AIDS
Too many black males, females, and babies have died from AIDS
Contributor(s):
California. Department of Health Services.
Publication:
[Sacramento] : California Dept. of Health Services, c1989
Language(s):
English
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- prevention & control
Sexual Behavior
Safe Sex
Condoms
Disease Transmission, Infectious -- prevention & control
Needle Sharing -- adverse effects
Hotlines
Minority Groups
African Americans
Genre(s):
Posters
Abstract:
Poster with white background and print in black, red, and green. The visual is a photo reproduction of a group of several people. The people represent different age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds, all of whom are either Hispanic or African American. The text explains how people can avoid contracting AIDS (single partners, no needle sharing, using condoms, etc.), the fact that people who are infected with the AIDS virus can look healthy, and that the virus can be transmitted to partners during sex and to unborn babies through their mothers. Contact information is given at the bottom of the poster.
Copyright:
This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Extent:
1 photomechanical print (poster) : 43 x 28 cm.
Technique:
color
NLM Unique ID:
101450126 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A031544