Morning, Midnight, Melting Frost
In this essay I intend to show as much detail in Robert’s panel as possible, involving many sources including scholarly ones as well. Additionally, I wanted to base this analysis on the effects that deaths from HIV/AIDS have on those in the surrounding area of the subject. This paper will mainly be intended towards the audiences of subjectively non-family members for the simple fact that I want thoughts and opinions heard from sources that do not have a mother-father relationship with Frost. This essay will not only give insight to those who believe that HIV/AIDS is a forgettable issue but also insight to those who seem to forget that value of a human life no matter if they were family or not. Also to consider the Psychological distress among individuals which can come to the possible mental health issues that have a chance to arise from such tragic moments.
A. Panel Description
- Colors and Physical Features
- Entering Interpretations of Robert Frost
- About NAMES PROJECT
II. Black Ice
A. Unseen Aftereffects of HIV/AIDS
B. Psychological Problems
- Developing mental issues
- HIV/AIDS affect schools, public areas etc.
III. South Africa Snow
A. The Sharing Affect of HIV/AIDS through people in America to South Africa
IV. Why America, Why South Africa and Why The World?
A. The Approx. Amount of HIV/AID Infections around America/South Africa/ The World
B. Spreading Awareness Around The Globe
- Larger expansion of the NAMES Project
- Representation of HIV/AIDS Infection around the world
C. Why Will This Help
- Development of communities and organizations willing to work with victims
- Help with the spread of developing mental issues through victims
- Summarized entire outline
- Relateable sources and topics