HIV: The HIV in Real Life Media Campaign

The HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) in Real Life media campaign works to reduce the stigma around HIV. By spreading messages of living and loving with HIV, we hope to encourage people to:

  • Get tested for the virus.
  • Practice safe behaviors.
  • Take their medicine as directed.

The campaign features Milwaukee residents sharing personal stories about:

  • Encountering stigma.
  • Living with HIV.
  • Staying HIV-negative.

You can find HIV in Real Life ads around the city of Milwaukee and on social media. Use this resource library to join the campaign. You can download images to share on your social media pages. You can also order a poster for your clinic or community space.

(Right click an image and select save to download it.)

Facebook

Living a long healthy life with HIV

Time to update your idea of HIV

HIV: Supporting each other, always

Confidence and HIV

Living a long, healthy life with HIV

Supportive friends and HIV

HIV has changed Love hasn't

 

Instagram

Time to Update your Idea of HIV

Confidence and HIV

Supporting each other always

HIV has changed, love hasn't

Living a long healthy life with HIV

Friends, family and HIV

 

Twitter

Living a long healthy life with HIV

Loving me won't pass on HIV

Confidence, Pride and HIV

Living a long healthy life with HIV

Supporting each other, always.

HIV has changed, Love hasn't.

Supportive Friends and HIV

 

Posters

Send us an email if you’d like a free printed poster for your:

  • Clinic.
  • Community space.
  • Waiting room.

Send the email to the Division of Public Health. Use the publication numbers below the image to let us know which poster you’d like. Also, please tell us how many of each you need and which size. Posters are available in 8.5”x11” or 11”x17”.

 

HIV Poster: Confidence and HIV

P-02177

HIV Poster: Supportive Friends and HIV

P-02177A

HIV Poster: Loving without limits

P-02177C

HIV Poster: HIV Doesn't Define Me

P-02177D

HIV Poster: Bright, Happy future and HIV

P-02177B

HIV Poster: Time to update your idea of HIV

P-02177E

 
Last Revised: July 13, 2022