Giving women power over AIDS: a traveling exhibit
Boston University Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground
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A traveling exhibit featuring an award-winning story and photo essay about women and children in a world of AIDS. Featuring "In Her Mother’s Shoes", an award-winning story and photo essay by The Seattle Times about women and children in a world of AIDS. As she becomes a woman big enough to wear her mother’s sandals, Martha - who lost her mother to AIDS, will grow up in Zimbabwe where 50 percent of today’s teenagers are expected to someday die of AIDS. This is a world where many women have little say about relationships. About sex. About condoms. And no way to protect themselves against HIV. Learn how a handful of scientists and advocates are racing to curb the loss of future generations from this epidemic. Their pursuit - a microbicide - would offer this hope. PHOTO BY BETTY UDESEN, THE SEATTLE TIMES
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