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White t-shirt.
"No on 64!"
In reference to California ballot Proposition 64, also known as the LaRouche Initiative.

Proposition 64 in California would have classified AIDS as an easily communicable disease--a designation that, under California law, would allow universal testing and possible quarantine of those who tested HIV-positive.



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T-shirt Collection Box 39

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Keith Haring, “No on 64!,” Wearing Gay History, accessed April 13, 2021, http://wearinggayhistory.com/items/show/2831.

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Alysa R. Capo

Proposition 64 in California would have https://www.wix.com/dashboard/0f7b4de5-b65b-4932-9c91-42b2bfac1013/blog/5d72051a9f22d000ea528912/edit   classified AIDS as an easily communicable disease--a designation that, under California law

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Pedro Staton

The banking sectors, as a major player in the financial system, is a major concern to all and sundry in a country most importantly the government through its agencies like the central bankcard pos and the ministry of finance.

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