Lecture Description

As we approach the fifth decade of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, we continue to have a pressing need for a useable and meaningful history of how people-across identity categories of sexuality, gender and race-struggled and fought to make minoritized communities healthy in the face of profound abandonment and opprobrium. In this talk historian Jennifer Brier will detail a series of powerful examples of resistance to this silencing in hopes of sparking a conversation about how to imagine a future without AIDS.

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Public Health and Disease Sexuality

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