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The cruel scene : this was his story but not as he wanted it to be told / Pride and prejudice was created by HIV positive gay and bisexual men from Juice and "Positive Voice", with assistance from Gay Men's Health, Waverley Care Trust and funded by Health Gay Scotland ; photographic work led by Rebecca Marr, design & internet consultant Design Resource Ltd.

Marr, Rebecca
Date
[between 1990 and 1997?]
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Description

Postcard advertising an Edinburgh exhibition of images (in the style of posters) about prejudice against HIV positive gay men within the gay community.

Publication/Creation

[between 1990 and 1997?]

Physical description

1 sheet : colour ; 15 x 11 cm

Notes

Copy 1. Acquired from Lothian Health Services Archive, February 2001.

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Languages

  • English



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