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Native American children in a variety of poses suggesting blindness and hiding representing a warning that we isolate ourselves from HIV/AIDS; advertisement about AIDS education and clinical services for native Indian women and children by the Seattle Indian Health Board. Colour lithograph.

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[between 1900 and 1999]

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Free to use with attribution for non-commercial purposes CC BY-NCCredit: Wellcome Collection
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"The SIHB logo was designed by Lawney Reyes (Colville). The logo represents the union of the people in good health. The circle represents continuous life. The red inner circle symbolizes the spirit of the people. The triangle and dots and poles represent a stylized medicine house where health rituals and healing ceremonies are practiced."--Seattle Indian Health Board website

Publication/Creation

Seattle (611-12th Ave. S./P.O. Box 3364, Seattle, WA 98114) : Seattle Indian Health Board, [between 1900 and 1999]

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1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 58.5 x 44.3 cm

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Our children, our future. We "blind" ourselves, ... And we "isolate" ourselves from HIV/AIDS. Let's "celebrate" by educating ourselves. The Northwest Family Center, Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, and The Seattle indian Health Board offer supportive & clinical services to Native women, pregnant women, and children who may already be infected with the virus. Please contact ... Produced by: Seattle Indian Health Board ... Funded by: Children's Hospital & Medical Center.

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Native American children in a variety of poses suggesting blindness and hiding representing a warning that we isolate ourselves from HIV/AIDS; advertisement about AIDS education and clinical services for native Indian women and children by the Seattle Indian Health Board. Colour lithograph. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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