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Press Release

Positively Aware Magazine Announces "A Day With HIV in America" Photo Essay Which Will Illustrate a Day in the Life With HIV

August 30, 2010

Chicago, Ill. -- To commemorate World AIDS Day, Positively Aware magazine is compiling a photo essay entitled "A Day with HIV in America." On September 21, people from all across the country, both HIV-positive and negative, care providers, lawmakers, advocates, families, and friends will take a snapshot of a moment from their everyday life.

The photo essay hopes to present a portrait of our world and to put a face on HIV/AIDS in the U.S., in an effort to de-stigmatize life with HIV. Selected photos will appear in a special section of the November/December issue of Positively Aware. Additional photo submissions will be available for viewing at www.adaywithhivinamerica.com. Social media users can join others who are involved in the project on the Facebook group "A Day with HIV in America," and also take part in the conversation on Twitter at www.adaywithhiv.com/twitter.

Using a digital camera or cell phone, the photos will capture a scene: Getting ready for work. Hanging out with friends. Spending a quiet moment alone. Caring for someone with HIV. The idea is to come up with the person's own response to the question, "What does it mean to live with HIV?"

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Photos are to be submitted by September 23 to artdirector@positivelyaware.com. Submissions must include the person's name (and the names of anyone else in the photo), phone number (of all participants), HIV status (optional), and a caption describing the scene, giving the location and time of day the picture was taken. Signed release forms will also be required for submissions to be considered.

Photos can be in JPEG, TIF, or RAW file format, and must have a minimum resolution of 300 dpi at 4 x 5 inches. Photos can be color or black and white. Cell phone camera photos are acceptable, provided that they meet resolution requirements.

Positively Aware is an internationally known and respected magazine devoted to HIV treatment and wellness. It has a circulation of over 85,000, and is published bi-monthly by Test Positive Aware Network (TPAN) in Chicago, the only publication of its kind to be produced by a non-profit AIDS agency. Founded in 1987, TPAN is Chicago's oldest peer-led AIDS service organization and specializes in treatment information, support services, and prevention.

To order copies of the magazine, call (773) 989-9400 or email distribution@tpan.com. For more information about TPAN and Positively Aware magazine visit www.tpan.com and www.positivelyaware.com.



  
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This article was provided by Test Positive Aware Network. Visit TPAN's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
 
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