African American AIDS History Project

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All men make a difference!.jpg
Poster that reads AIDS All Men-- Make a Difference! World AIDS Day December 1, 2000

At a local bathhouse.jpg
Poster with comic of a local bathhouse advocating for the testing of syphilis. Stop the sores.

Carrie J..jpg
Poster with image of African American women. Text included: Danny said he didn't want to do it if we had to use condoms. I said goodnight. He drove around the block, came back and said, okay. -Carrie J.

The Dance Party II.jpg
Poster with image of Grace Jones. Text includes: Dance Party II. Pier Pressure. Fundraiser.

Every generation has its great cause.jpg
Image of African American man and woman. Text reads: every generation has its great cause. Mine was civil rights. Ours is ending AIDS. An HIV vaccine is our best hope of ending the AIDS epidemic.

Every generation has its great cause2.jpg
Image of African American man and caucasian man. Text reads: every generation has its great cause. Mine was starting the fight against AIDS. Ours is ending it. An HIV vaccine is our best hope of ending the AIDS epidemic.

Facing AIDS with a positive image .jpg
Poster that reads Facings AIDS with a Positive Image. The images on this poster of HIV-positive subjects were photographed by Annie Leibovitz and donated to San Francisco AIDS Foundation for the "Be Here for the Cure" campaign of 1993. The original…

Friends we are.png
Poster with text Friends We Are & Friends We'll be Be & One of Us Has HIV. HugsinVited. An educational and training series.

Gail. A Life With AIDS.png
Poster that reads Gail. A Life With AIDS. Photographs by David Binder. August 8-12, 1994. United states Senate Office Building Russell Office Building Rotunda Washington DC

Get carried away with Condoms.jpg
Poster with image of African American men embracing with text Get carried away with Condoms
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