Health Action 2017:History of Global AIDS Activism 
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Health Action 2017  History of Global AIDS Activism  Excerpts from ACT UP at 30 Conference 
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
Bob lederer  Events and Speeches  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
In this segment, we provide some history of the activism in the 1990s and early 2000s that successfully fought for far greater access to effective treatments for people with HIV and AIDS throughout the Global South. Youll hear excerpts from a June 2017 conference titled ACT UP at 30: Hidden Histories and Voices, Lessons Learned, held here in New York and co-sponsored by ACT UP/New York, the Out-FM program on WBAI, and the LGBT Center.    
Notes: Credits:
Panelists:
* Eric Sawyer, co-founder of ACT UP/NY, Housing Works, and Health GAP (Global Access Project)
* Sharonann Lynch, former ACT UP/NY member, early leader of Health GAP, staff member at Doctors Without Borders
* Emily Sanderson, ACT UP/NY member, staff member of Health GAP, leader of Student Global AIDS Coalition 
Produced by Bob Lederer with assistance from John Riley. 
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View Script    11-15-2017  English 
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