What Does A Red Ribbon Mean?
Wear a ribbon to show your commitment to fight against HIV/AIDS. The red ribbon demonstrates compassion for people with HIV/AIDS and their caretakers and support for education and research leading to effective treatments, vaccines, or cures.
The proliferation of red ribbons unifies the many voices seeking a meaningful response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It is a symbol of hope: the hope that one day soon the HIV/AIDS epidemic will be over, that the sick will be healed, that the stress upon our society will be relieved. It serves as a constant reminder of the many people suffering as a result of this disease, and of the many people working towards a cure- a day without HIV/AIDS.
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