Raising awareness about HIV/AIDS through street art.

By Samsara - Thursday, December 01, 2011

As many of you know today is marked as World Aids Day. An opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. 
While many people across the world show support, Samsara would like to share with you how one of our friends Maxx Moses is showing his. Here is a picture of "Maxx Moses aka Pose2" in the country of Zimbabwe this week with fellow artists Enock aka “Just Kause” in Makokoba.

"I am excited to be here. Our job as artists is to make people think deeper, feel deeper," says Moses, who goes by the tag Pose2.  Moses’ artwork has been described by renowned art critic Alexander Salazar as promoting “an environment of longevity, growth, wholeness, and spiritual well-being.” Moses fuses ‘wild style’ and fine art in his work. 
Maxx will be painting with other local artists to create two murals on the sides of major buildings. ... 'Worldwide, AIDS activists are focused on creating an AIDS-free
generation. In order to do this, we need to use every possible tool to get prevention messages across to young and old alike.  Here are a few more pics courtesy of U.S. Embassy Harare  

"Let's all focus our meditation on an HIV free future for the next generation-Samsara."

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