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L.A. County 24K Not In Care Billboard

In January 2015, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) began running its “24,000 Not In Care” billboards in Los Angeles County to draw attention to the number of residents in our nation’s most populous county who are living with HIV but are currently not in medical care to treat the disease. The cutaway image of a floating iceberg drew upon the well-known …

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Just a Prick – Free Meningitis Vaccine Billboard

In response to an outbreak of meningitis in Southern California that disproportionately affected gay men, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) launched “Just a Prick,” a new billboard advocacy and awareness campaign targeting Los Angeles area gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM) with a message about the importance of meningitis vaccinations, which are offered for free throughout L.A. …

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AIDS Is a Civil Rights Issue Billboard (Cesar Chavez)

On the heels of the successful launch of its “AIDS is a Civil Rights Issue” national awareness campaign, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) stepped up the campaign by expanding the reach and imagery of the billboard component of the outreach. The campaign — which initially featured billboards with artwork consisting of a stylized, artistic rendering of civil rights icon Rev. Martin …

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AIDS Is a Civil Rights Issue Billboard (Martin Luther King, Jr.)

On the heels of the successful launch of its “AIDS is a Civil Rights Issue” national awareness campaign, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) stepped up the campaign by expanding the reach and imagery of the billboard component of the outreach. The campaign — which initially featured billboards with artwork consisting of a stylized, artistic rendering of civil rights icon Rev. Martin …

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AirheadCelebs.com Billboard

In 2014, AIDS Healthcare Foundation launched an advocacy campaign including a website and billboards targeting the undue influence of Hollywood celebrities who espouse anti-childhood vaccination sentiments. The campaign was an extension of AHF’s focus on a wider spectrum of public health issues beyond HIV/AIDS, including testing for other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and providing meningitis and other vaccines at its …

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One Community Billboard

AIDS Healthcare Foundation took on the potentially divisive stigma in the gay community over HIV status with its “One Community” billboard campaign in Los Angeles and New York featuring a line of self-identified HIV-positive and HIV-negative gay men in body-paint T-shirts with their respective sero-status printed across their chests. The campaign was an extension of AHF’s multi-faceted anti HIV stigma …

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God Loves Me Billboard – Stone

This series of AIDS Healthcare Foundation billboards aimed to fight HIV stigma head-on, and to provide a beacon of emotional light for those living with HIV who hold deep spiritual beliefs. The simple displays featured one person wearing a red T-shirt that unabashedly identifies them as HIV+ and standing among text that causes the billboard to read “God Loves HIV+ …

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God Loves Me Billboard – Hydeia

This series of AIDS Healthcare Foundation billboards aimed to fight HIV stigma head-on, and to provide a beacon of emotional light for those living with HIV who hold deep spiritual beliefs. The simple displays featured one person wearing a red T-shirt that unabashedly identifies them as HIV+ and standing among text that causes the billboard to read “God Loves HIV+ …

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God Loves Me Billboard – Jimmy

This series of AIDS Healthcare Foundation billboards aimed to fight HIV stigma head-on, and to provide a beacon of emotional light for those living with HIV who hold deep spiritual beliefs. The simple displays featured one person wearing a red T-shirt that unabashedly identifies them as HIV+ and standing among text that causes the billboard to read “God Loves HIV+ …