Poster depicts a black couple. Man is hugging a woman from the back. Both of them are looking up. Also poster provides information about Sida Info Service, their telephone number, web-site, work hours, and languages, in which they provide their service.
Bottom half of poster shows calendar styled like a day planner, with name of each month highlighted in red, and with first names of AIDS victims in black. The calendar is shaped like the letter T, and forms the beginning of the word "time." Invites readers to participate in the calendar project.
Poster depicts the Statue of Liberty holding a machine gun and a bomb. With the black background, title in red letters and the use of an iconic symbol suggesting war, poster promotes political activism in the fight against AIDS and implies that the U.S. is less aggressive in the war against AIDS than in other situations that result in military intervention.