Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections

Women in ACT UP Organizing Meeting

Item

SPW1671_Side1.jpg
SPW1671_Side2.jpg

Title

Women in ACT UP Organizing Meeting

Subject

AIDS (Disease); AIDS (Disease)--Political aspects--United States; ACT UP (Organization); New York (State)--New York; United States; AIDS (Disease)--History; AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--United States; Clinical trials--Reporting; Clinical drug trials; Drugs--Testing; Clinical trials of drugs; Drug bioscreening ; Drug trials ; Drugs--Clinical trials; Drugs--Effectiveness--Testing; Drugs--Evaluation; AIDS (Disease) in women

Description

Women in an ACT UP organizing meeting strategize how to recruit activists to grow their community and perform inclusive outreach to support different needs, specifically with connecting healthcare professionals with subjects.
Side A: Women in an ACT UP organizing meeting strategize how to recruit activists to grow their community and perform inclusive outreach to support different needs. Specifically, the ways they might connect healthcare professionals with subjects willing to assist with research. Howard Minkoff, MD, is mentioned as an example of a healthcare professional who has successfully cultivated relationships with patients during clinical trials. Side B: Meeting continues with a stated focus on current studies related to perinatal transmission research are countered with suggestions for improved protocol.

Creator

Donated by Maxine Wolfe on 1993-07-26

Date

1991-12-02 to 1991-12-05

Date Created

Digitized on 2015-10-29

Contributor

Processed by Pratt School of Information LIS-668 students, Fall 2015

Rights

See the LHA Rights page for more information

Language

English

Identifier

SPW1671

Physical Format

Audio Tape

Digital Format

Preservation: .WAV
Access: .MP3

Duration

00:31:07

Notes

Side A: Very low sound.

Citation

Donated by Maxine Wolfe on 1993-07-26, “Women in ACT UP Organizing Meeting,” Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections, accessed June 30, 2022, http://herstories.prattinfoschool.nyc/omeka/items/show/764.