Correction

January 04, 1992

An article in Thursday's Today section on AIDS prevention and the practice of safe sex suggested that Baltimore resident William Freeman was employed by the Pratt Library. In fact, Mr. Freeman is a free-lance artist who works on a computer housed at the Pratt Library's Pennsylvania Avenue branch, under a grant from Opus B, a non-profit outreach and educational organization.

The Sun regrets the error.

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