The project focuses on presenting a wide variety of personal stories of people living with HIV. This series is a collaboration: a photographic portrait presents the person and the audio interview captures the personal story of the diagnosis, the ways of accepting it and how living with the virus turned out. By letting the person tell their own story the interview is also an oral history, to create an archive of stories for future generations. The people I portray are all open about their status; most of them are activists fighting the stigma of HIV/Aids. The project will show the positive progress the community living with HIV made towards greater equality through community engagement and legal reform.

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