“Reach Out to One Person a Day”: Feminist AIDS Activists Reflect on COVID-19

“Reach Out to One Person a Day”: Feminist AIDS Activists Reflect on COVID-19 photo

This piece is part of a series on Autostraddle exploring the overlaps and divergences between the AIDS epidemic and the COVID-19 pandemic — many AIDS survivors have spoken out meaningfully about both the echoes of their previous experiences in the current moment, and the critical differences between the current pandemic (and the urgency of response) and the previous one and ways in which they can’t be compared. We want to highlight what there is to learn from elders and survivors of the AIDS epidemic, now and always, and to remember that HIV/AIDS and the state’s failure to support those living with it it is an ongoing reality globally, not a distant past.

Published in Autostraddle, 2020

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Topics: 2019-2020: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Highlight |  Interviews | 

 
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