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dc.contributor.authorNorton, Laura-
dc.identifier.citationShip, Susan and Norton, Laura, 2000. ""It's hard to be a women," First Nations women living with HIV/AIDS". NSWJ-V3, p. 73-89.en_CA
dc.description.abstract"I want to go home, I want to be accepted. I want a life back there. I have things I want to teach my kids. I just need to go home. I have that hope that somehow the CHR is like a key. I really hope that they open the door for me." This paper focuses on the experiences and perspectives of First Nations women living with HIV/AIDS and explores how HIV/AIDS affects their lives differently from men's lives. It is based on original research carried out as part of a larger project on Aboriginal Women and HIV/AIDS for the National Indian and Inuit Community Health Representatives Organization in which we also explored the experiences and perspectives of female caregivers of people living with HIV/AIDS and women in "hard-to-reach" communities.en_CA
dc.publisherSchool of Native Human Servicesen_CA
dc.title"""It's hard to be a women," First Nations women living with HIV/AIDS"en_CA
Appears in Collections:Volume 3, September 2000 HIV/AIDS: Issues Within Aboriginal Populations

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