30 Years In, 30 Years Out: AIDS Activism Today

Join QUEEROCRACY and Visual AIDS  as they facilitate a process of what it takes to create an action. An emphasis will be placed on the communicative and community aspect of activism. The goal is to ensure that all those who want to participate in current AIDS activism can begin to find their place of empowerment within the ever-growing and multifaceted movement.

Participants will also be invited to join the free QUEEROCRACY bus to Washington DC on July 24 to demand, in a major collective action, that we can end AIDS at the 2012 International AIDS Conference Mobilization QUEEROCRACY is a NYC-based grassroots organization working to promote social and economic justice through direct action, community engagement, education, and art. They commit to challenging institutional injustice locally and globally within a queer framework, building a sustainable movement to confront and transform the intersecting issues our communities face. Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.

30 Years In, 30 Years Out: AIDS Activism Today
Thursday, July 19th (7:30pm)
New Museum Theatre
235 Bowery

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