Title A woman with a red Bindi spot representing a pledge to fight AIDS; an advertisement by the Arcon, the Lions Club of Bombay Hilltop and the HIV/AIDS Information and Guidance Centre in Bombay. Lithograph, ca. 1996.
Imprint Bombay : HIV/AIDS Information and Guidance Centre/Lions Club of Bombay Hilltop, [1996?]


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Physical description 1 print : lithograph, printed in black, grey, red on white ; sheet 50.7 x 37.9 cm
Lettering note Bears logo: Arcon
Bears logo: HIV/AIDS Information and Guidance Centre (Mumbai (Bombay)) - 'Established in 1993 to promote public education and awareness programmes and initiate service for HIV positive persons and their families' (extract from website http://www.karmayog.org/ngo/igc/ )
Bears logo: Lions Club of Bombay Hilltop (a voluntary organisation established 1991 to help humanitarian causes)
Cite as Wellcome Library no. 677265i
Note Published: in or before Dec 1996 (provenance of impression catalogued)
Lettering Empowerment of woman. Bindi ... is the symbol of Indian womanhood ... "Everytime I wear a bindi, I pledge, I will help prevent AIDS. Brought to you by Arcon/HIV-AIDS Information & Guidance Centre/Lions Club of Bombay HIlltop.
Topic-LCSH AIDS (Disease)
AIDS (Disease) -- Prevention.
Women.
Tilaks.
HIV infections.
Place name Mumbai (India)
Genre/Technique Posters.
Lithographs.
Copy photo no. L 54433
System no. .b16772659
Record no. 677265i