World AIDS Day 2018: The Political Stakes of the AIDS Epidemic in the U.S. Today

AIDS has always been political. From its beginning, the AIDS epidemic in the US has carried with it marginalization and stigmatization. Disproportionately affecting queer individuals and people of color, HIV/AIDS is inextricably linked to the systems of oppression that render these communities particularly vulnerable. As such, the history of the American political response to the epidemic … Continue reading World AIDS Day 2018: The Political Stakes of the AIDS Epidemic in the U.S. Today

PACtivies Newsletter: November 2018

Hello! Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends and family! My name is John Forester and I am the Director of University Relations for the Pediatric AIDS Coalition (PAC) at UCLA. We are thrilled to start the year with such a fantastic General Committee and start raising awareness and funding for … Continue reading PACtivies Newsletter: November 2018