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A Bilingual AIDS Education Program for Latino Sexual Minorities
A Bilingual AIDS Education Program for Latino Sexual Minorities
Depiction of a shirtless Latino man getting out of a swimming pool wearing a swimming cap and googles around his neck; two wrapped condoms are seen by the side of the pool; written on the cover of the brochure is the text "The GALAEI Project / Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative / A Bilingual AIDS Education Program for Latino Sexual Minorities"; the inside and back of the brochure includes a description of the organization, its programs and services, and contact information
Blue Ball Philadelphia: A Benefit for the AIDS Information Network
Blue Ball Philadelphia: A Benefit for the AIDS Information Network
Recto: Depiction of the tower of Philadelphia City Hall with a shirtless Caucasian man in colonial breeches, holding a large glowing blue ball, with the text: Blue Ball Philadelphia: A benefit for the AIDS Information Network / February 1, 1997 / 10pm - 5am / Curtis Center / Independence Square / 6th & Walnut Entrance / Music: Mark Tarbox / Lights & Sound: Starlite Productions / Event Producer: Jim Hamilton / Event Decor: EVANTINE Design / Tickets / Box Office Tickets Inc. / 800-494-TIXS (8497) / or / Afterwards / Giovanni's Room / Spruce Street Video / Sun Worshippers at Center City One / The Body Shop at Liberty Place / Woody's"; Verso: Includes schedule of events, names of staff, acknowledgements, list of donors and sponsors.
Bush: Guilty of Deadly Neglect
Bush: Guilty of Deadly Neglect
Wheatpasted black and white photocopies with red duct tape on edges; Recto: Depiction of blood red hand, with the text: "Bush: Guilty of Deadly Neglect / Fully Fund ADAP Now / ACT UP"; Verso: same elements as recto
Candlelight Walk for AIDS
Candlelight Walk for AIDS
Depiction of eight individuals holding candles on a magenta background, with the text "Candlelight Walk for AIDS / Not long ago, AIDS was something we only read about. But now, it is directly affecting all of our lives. Many of us have lost family, friends and colleagues. All of us have felt the cold touch of fear. It is no longer possible to think of AIDS as a disease that affects someone else. It threatens everyone, regardless of race, sex or sexual orientation. / Hence a coalition of men and women of many communities has come together tonight to give voice to our concern and to bear witness to our commitment in the fight against this cruel disease. The purpose of this Walk if threefold: / We wish to memorialize the men, women and children who have died of AIDS / We testify to our support and concern for those now afflicted with AIDS in all the communities of our cities and towns / We appeal for increased funding from Philadelphia and Pennsylvania to help in the struggle to save lives / Tuesday, September 25, 1986 / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania"; the second page of the brochure gives statistics on AIDS funding ; the third page of the brochure includes a schedule for the Walk and Rally; the fourth page of the brochure contains acknowledgments and a form for contributing a donation
Dominic Bash Memorial Calendar
Dominic Bash Memorial Calendar
On the cover of the spiral-bound calendar is an image of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt made for Dominic Bash by Dignity Philadelphia, which depicts a black cross with white dove and black lambda sign, with text "Dominic Bash / Dignity Philadelphia"; following are spreads for the twelve months of the year which include photographs of Dominic Bash and his friends and colleagues; the back of the calendar includes credits for the production of the calendar
Feds: Tell Gov. Ridge: Hands Off People with HIV
Feds: Tell Gov. Ridge: Hands Off People with HIV
Wheatpasted black and white photocopies on board In the shape of a tombstone with the text on the recto: "ACT UP / Feds: Tell Gov. Ridge: Hands Off People with HIV"; verso contains a hand print in dripping red paint
Hablemos… SEXO LATEX
Hablemos… SEXO LATEX
Depiction of a nude Latino man walking through a public shower, holding in his right hand a towel over his genitals, and in his left hand a wrapped condom; written on the cover of the brochure is the text "Hablemos… / SEXO LATEX"; the inside and back of the brochure includes information on HIV/AIDS, additional photographs, and contact information for the organization
Health Choices Is a Lie: Delay Enrollment for People with HIV
Health Choices Is a Lie: Delay Enrollment for People with HIV
Wheatpasted black and white photocopies on board In the shape of a tombstone with the text on the recto: "ACT UP / Health Choices is a lie: Delay Enrollment for People with HIV"; verso contains a hand print in dripping red paint