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AIDS (Disease) -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Committee on Women, Population and the Environment records

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00768
Overview The collection contains the business records of the Committee on Women, Population,& the Environment (CWPE), a multi-racial alliance that works on the local, regional, national, and international levels to oppose population control policies that blame overpopulation for poverty, hunger, environmental degradation and political volatility.
Dates of Materials: 1979 - 2012

Dee Mosbacher papers and Woman Vision records

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Identifier: SSC-MS-00740
Overview Diane (Dee) Mosbacher is an activist, filmmaker, and practicing psychiatrist. Her production company, Woman Vision, has produced films with themes touching on homophobia in various contexts, women's history, and the lived experiences of people who are gay and lesbian. This collection documents Mosbacher's personal life and professional life both through and outside of Woman Vision. It includes writings by and about Mosbacher, paper records from Woman Vision's projects, and a large amount of...
Dates of Materials: 1950 - 2021; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2013

SisterLove records

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00684
Overview SisterLove is the first women's HIV/AIDS organization in the southeastern United States. The SisterLove records include administrative and program files from the founding of SisterLove to the early 2000s. Particularly well documented are SisterLove's grant applications, their residential program for HIV positive women called "Love House," the Healthy Love Parties, the Women's HIV/AIDS Resources Project (WHARP), their programs in South Africa, and their outreach efforts.
Dates of Materials: 1985 - 2007

Thing, 1991 - 1992

 File — Box 20: [Barcode: 310183630088259]
Scope and Contents Robert Ford (1962–1994) was a freelance journalist, publisher, and activist born and raised in Chicago. His groundbreaking African-American-focused AIDS column ran in Pulse magazine until the time of his death in 1993. In the late 1980s, Ford collaborated with Trent Adkins and Laurence Warren to found Think Ink, an arts magazine that was, “very Black, not very gay but queer-friendly.” The trio unleashed THING into the world shortly thereafter, boldly declaring that “She Knows Who She Is.” It...
Dates of Materials: 1991 - 1992