TABOO Campaign photo archive - Dec. 22

A montage of several photos in which youth from Media Advocates for Prevention (MAP) in New Orleans,
Louisiana, USA, spell out HIV with their bodies. The last photo signifies two youth being separated because
the risk of HIV is tearing them apart. To spell out HIV, the youth used kits (called MAP kits) given out to
friends or during outreach events that contain HIV risk-reduction materials (condoms, lube, list of free testing
sites, and stories from other youth about reducing their risk for contracting HIV).

This photo was created specifically for the TABOO campaign! YAHAnet is very happy to have MAP as part of
our network!

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Great Job MAP

Im proud of the final outcome of the photo, good job MAP! -Briell Spruille

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