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ARV Poster Series
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A set of eight posters covering various aspects antiretroviral treatment. Aimed at everyone.



I am an HIV AIDS Peer Educator. I am Indian.

Why is it that almost all your posters feature only non White and non Indian South Africans. I have found only 1 poster with a White person in it.

If I have to utilize these posters to educate my colleagues on HIV AIDS prevention and treatment, majority of them will be offended as it seems as if (the message the posters send out) is that this disease affects non White and non Indian persons.

And we know this is not true. We need to impact the message that this disease affects everyone regardless of nationality, in a visual way.

I can't do this if I cannot represent all South African in the media available.

Please advise.