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Latino Youth: Living With HIV/Aids in the Family

May 15 – June 7, 1992

This exhibit was the result of a project initiated by the Pilsen-Little Village Community Mental Health center (PLVCMHC) and the Illinois Prevention Resource Center (PRC) in collaboration with Hispanic AIDS Network (HAN). Structured interviews were conducted by George Rivera, PhD., a sociologist from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and some of the artwork was guided by Dayna Block, M.A.A.T., art therapist employed by PLVCMCH. This exhibit, along with its catalogue, were aimed at HIV/AIDS awareness and education activities to Latino youth adults.

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This exhibit is the result of a project initiated by the Pilsen-Little Village Community Mental Health Center and the Illinois Prevention Resource Center in collaboration with Hispanic AIDS Network.

Displayed at

Courtyard Gallery