Tijuana's unchecked HIV/AIDS epidemic

Photographer Malcolm Linton and writer Jon Cohen present haunting images and stories from Tijuana, Mexico, to show the distance that separates aspiration from reality in the battle against HIV/ AIDS.

Reviewing the book on Amazon, Daniel B Kane wrote:

“This is a beautiful, heart-breaking and inspiring book. The photographs and text work together to provide an immersive glimpse of human beings living in Tijuana on the streets, along an infamous concrete riverbed, and in clinics. This book illuminates on so many levels.

“The project highlights through photos and interviews how the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Tijuana is not just about Tijuana. It’s about the laws, policies and social and economic realities on both sides of the border … told through the stories of real people.”

Published in 2015, Tomorrow shows how poverty and social stigma fuel the spread of HIV/AIDS among those on the margins of society. To see a Gallery of photos and sample pages, click here.

Tomorrow is also available as an e-book (hyperlink to Payment page) in English and Spanish.