Positively Aware's A Day With HIV in America Campaign
Picture Day is Sept. 21. Deadline is Sept. 23.
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THIS WAS MY PICTURE FOR LAST YEAR IN 2012's A DAY WITH HIV IN AMERICA'S CAMPAIGN for POSITIVELY AWARE MAGAZINE
PIC OF THE DAY from last year's A Day with HIV: 11:30 PM: Laurel, Maryland. Justin B. Terry-Smith (pictured, right): "When I found out I was HIV-positive, I thought I wouldn't have any children and it destroyed me. Yesterday, my husband Phillip and I were approved for foster/adoption of two children. We currently have one foster care LGBT teen. For my husband and my foster son, I stay healthy and take my meds."
On Saturday, Sept. 21st, take your best shot against HIV! Use your smartphone or digital camera on that day and capture a moment of your life. Share your story. #adaywithhiv #antistigma
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Justin B. Terry-Smith may be one of the most public African Americans living with HIV: He has his own blog and Web site, and he's even on YouTube. And who can blame him? Only 30, he already has an incredible story to tell. Justin admits he used to live "a very dangerous life," but since his diagnosis three years ago, the former heavy drinker and drug user has turned his life around.
Photo credit: Don Harris
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