A circular crossed plate (?) incorporating indigenous symbols including a feather, a pipe, a polar bear and stones above a pot of flames; advertisement for the Urban Aboriginal AIDS Awareness program for the National AIDS Strategy supported by Health Canada. Colour lithograph by Julie Simoa.
- Canada. Health Canada.
- [between 1900 and 1999]
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Urban Aboriginal AIDS Awareness. Sensibilisation au SIDA pour autochtones en milieu urbain. To sensitize aboriginal people on issues related to HIV/AIDS and to promote health and wellness ... The following organisations participate in this program ... Native Friendship Centre of Montreal ... McGill AIDS Centre. Funding was awarded under the National AIDS Strategy, Phase II, Health Canada ... For more information: contact UAAA Coordinator ... (514) 937-5338 ...
Montréal [Quebec] : Urban Aboriginal AIDS Awareness, [between 1900 and 1999]
1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 50.9 x 35.4 cm
Julie Simoa Urban Aboriginal AIDS Awareness [UAAA] Health Canada 19-- Urban Aboriginal AIDS Awareness includes list of participating organizations: Native Friendship Centre of Montreal ... McGill AIDS Centre Funding was awarded under the National AIDS Strategy, Phase II, Health Canada For more info contact: UAAA Coordinator ... (514) 937-5338 09/09/2008 Canada UkLW Transcription from the item
Wellcome Library no. 668289i