In 2014, Tulsa CARES partnered with the University of Oklahoma College of Public Health to take a deeper look into the strengths and needs of Oklahomans living with HIV/AIDS. The Reframing Positive PhotoVoice study provided Oklahomans living with HIV disease the opportunity to document their lived experience through personal photos, group discussion, and written narrative. Photos from the traveling exhibit were displayed at Foolish Things Coffee, Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity, and the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa Schusterman Library in 2014. Several study participants volunteered to formally present Reframing Positive findings to state leaders at the Oklahoma HIV Planning Council in Oklahoma City on March 9, 2015.

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