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A true ‘renaissance man’ Jump starts the classroom scene at a Brooklyn public school – NY Daily News

Author, AIDS activist and ‘urban archeologist’ Frank Jump is now also a civil servant, teaching at Brooklyn’s PS 119  by Lisa Colangelo for the NY Daily News Frank Jump is one of those people who is impossible to describe in a title, a sentence or even a full paragraph. He is an urban archeologist whose photographs […]

HIV/AIDS by Savannah Vasquez 5-305

HIV/AIDS AIDS stands for AcquiredImmunoDeficiency Syndrome. Acquired – means that the disease is not hereditary but develops after birth from contact with a disease causing agent (in this case, HIV). Immunodeficiency – means that the disease is characterized by a weakening of the immune system. Syndrome – refers to a group of symptoms that collectively indicate or characterize a disease. […]

How Did People Get HIV? By Ahmad 5-305

Have you ever wondered how people started to get HIV? It all started from chimpanzees and other kinds of monkeys. But there is no way that they can be blamed for why we now have HIV. It all started when people started to hunt and kill chimps, apes, and other monkeys. When people would hunt […]

Worlds AIDS Day Eliana 5-305

Have you ever heard of HIV AIDS. AKA: Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. HIV stands for Human Immune Virus. HIV weakens the immune system. Your body with not be able to fight off the disease that enters into your body. There is no cure for HIV. HIV causes AIDS. When you have your lessons, listen to […]

What is HIV? Zeeshan Khan

 HIV is a really dangerous disease. No scientist right now has found a cure for this disease. HIV stands for something. H stands for humans. Then the I stands for Immunodeficiency. Immunodeficiency was a lack of immune in your body. V stands for virus. Virus means a microscopic thing that comes into your body and […]

SOS Children’s Villages in Kenya

Dear Mr. Jump & PS 119 Students- Thanks so much for your interest in SOS Children’s Villages and for contacting us! We would love for you and your school to become involved with us. In response to your email, I would recommend becoming a child sponsor of a child in Kenya. We have sponsorships available […]

SOS Children’s Villages Helps Orphaned Children from AIDS

Letter Writing & Fundraising Campaign for WORLD AIDS DAY – December 1, 2010

December 1st is World AIDS Day. All over the world, events are being organized to draw attention to the ever-present problem of AIDS around the globe and here in our own community. Kenya (and other African nations) have been hit particularly hard by the AIDS virus (HIV) and although infection rates have been decreasing, they […]

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