1 World Manga, Passage 2, 2006; Teen Life: Frequently Asked Questions About AIDS and HIV, 2008; Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You, 1992
Many methods have been used to distribute information about HIV and AIDS.
In 1 World Manga, a comic book for young adults, a man meets a woman whose parents died of AIDS. He learns the reality of relationships in a world coping with AIDS. The book includes facts about HIV and AIDS, including sections on HIV and AIDS in developing countries, “The Impact of AIDS,” and “What Can I Do?”
In Teen Life, the answers to frequently asked questions provide teenagers with a broader knowledge of HIV and AIDS and its prevention.
In Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You, Magic Johnson and Arsenio Hall educate teenagers and young adults about HIV and AIDS.
“A young person recently told me this epidemic had no meaning for him until a friend of his was infected. I think that points out that it’s not real for them until it’s personal, until their friends/lovers get it—then they get involved, question [their] own status/own habits. . . . a lot of times people don’t pay attention (until it gets personal) . . . .”
Interview with Joe Fera, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, 1995
John-Manuel Andriote Victory Deferred Collection, 1901-2008