View of a rock formation possibly with small pools of water in front and behind the formation. This could possibly be an area at Diamond Head crater located in Waikiki on the island of O'ahu. Diamond Heads' native name is Kaimana Hila.
Elevated view of a large audience under a tent facing away from the viewer towards a stage. On the stage is an unidentified figure standing behind a podium. Behind the figure the letters "EAG" are inscribed on a wall. The drawing is possibly depicting an event at the Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
Poster lists four options for lessening the chance of AIDS transmission during sex. In order of decreasing effectiveness: using a condom and spermicide; using a condom only; using a diaphragm and vaginal spermicide; and using spermicide only. Five women are pictured individually, one may be a doctor.
Poster is of a well dressed African American couple getting propositioned by a seedy looking African American male in gangster attire. Poster suggests that many people are in denial that HIV is so prevalent and ignore the issue. Poster states that doing this can be fatal, and one should get tested for HIV.
Poster is a picture of a group of young men and women smiling and looking at the audience. Poster encourages to take pride in life and get tested for HIV. It also promotes National HIV Testing Day on June 27th.
Translated additional poster text: More than 8,000 New Yorkers over 50 years old have been diagnosed with AIDS; HIV prevention is a lifelong job; To learn more, call 1-800-233-SIDA; It's not how old are you -- it's what you do that matters.
A black and white photograph of a family group with a young black woman and her two elementary school-age children, a girl and a boy. The mother might need more than her own intelligence and common sense to talk to her children about AIDS, so a hotline telephone number is available where she can get some assistance.
Poster shows a map of the world and the numbers of people infected with HIV in the major regions of the world. It shows the total number of people infected, and then breaks down the information into categories of men, women, and children infected with HIV. There is also a bar graph of the statistics in reference to industrialized countries and developing countries. There is also a timeline visually displaying the growing numbers of AIDS infected people through the years.
Poster shows a picture of a male construction worker with arms folded and a stern expression. Poster suggests that the number of people employed and with HIV is climbing. There is information available for people with HIV and the workplace.
Poster is a picture of an African American family together smiling at the audience. Poster encourages people to take pride in getting tested for HIV and that it is a way to take control of your life. This poster also promotes National HIV Testing Day on June 27th.