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Two black figures with arms outstretched and touching each other within a graphic background as an illustration to a Sierra Leonean proverb; first of six posters advertising the American Red Cross HIV/AIDS program. Colour lithograph by Damballah Dolphus Smith1992.

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Sierra Leonean proverb. He who upsets a thing should know how to rearrange it. © 1992 by the American National Red Cross all rights reserved. Verso: contains explanatory text relating to "proverb 1" ; points on what we need to know about the risks of HIV; information on Sierra Leone; information about the artist (Damballah Dolphus Smith) and the artwork illustrated on the recto; also contains "stock no. 329595 Apr. 1992; 1 of 6" Bears logo: American Red Cross HIV/AIDS program with map of Africa in red, green and yellow with the words "Respect yourself protect yourself" on black background. Bears logo: American Red Cross.

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