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Earvin "Magic" Johnson, a retired American professional basketball, wearing the USA flag and a gold medal with the message: "What can you do to avoid AIDS"; with the same image on the front cover of a book also entitled "Magic Johnson L'amour sans risque" published by J'ai Lu; an advertisement by the book publishers, J'ai Lu [from the Flammarion group]. Colour lithograph.

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"Magic" Johnson - Ce que vous pouvez faire pour éviter le SIDA. J'ai Lu

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[France] : J'AI Lu, [199u]

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1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 68.9 x 47.9 cm

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Subject of poster is Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr. (born August 14, 1959), a retired American professional basketball; After announcing his infection in November 1991, Johnson created the Magic Johnson Foundation to help combat HIV; HIV had been associated with drug addicts and homosexuals,[89] but Johnson's campaigns sought to show that the risk of infection was not limited to those groups. Johnson stated that his aim was to "help educate all people about what [HIV] is about" and teach others not to "discriminate against people who have HIV and AIDS".[90] Johnson was later criticized by the AIDS community for his decreased involvement in publicizing the spread of the disease. [Source: wikipedia]

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Wellcome Library no. 672695i

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