Missouri: Kansas City Photography Exhibition Takes Aim at Stigma Associated With HIV/AIDS
June 25, 2014
This article was reported by the Kansas Health Institute News Service.
Kansas Health Institute News Service reported on a Kansas City, Mo., art exhibition aimed at removing the stigma of HIV infection in the African-American community. Ten young black, HIV-positive men are the subjects of photo portraits in a gallery exhibition called "Visual AIDS" at Outpost Worldwide, a Kansas City production company. The photographer and HIV/AIDS Activist Duane Cramer, of San Francisco, took the portraits in Kansas City. Cramer explained that he wanted to show images of "very strong beautiful young men that look like other people in the community." He wanted to emphasize that these people look no different from the rest of us and are willing to make a difference through these portraits without shame or fear. Visual AIDS is on display at Outpost Worldwide until the end of June.View Full Article
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