Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles about the AIDS Walk '91, the SMILE program, actress Judith Light's advocacy, World AIDS Day, the Damien Center's Loving Circle support group, and the Indiana AIDS Memorial
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Family affairs : Report on the effect of the civil war on Somali children / compiled and presented by Yunis Cali Nuur (7:53) -- Family affairs / commented by General Physician from Djibouti, Cabdillaahi God ; Yunis Cali Nuur, interviewer (7:39) -- Family affairs : Interview with General Physician Moxamad Mursal on the AIDS disease / Yunis Cali Nuur, interviewer (8:02) -- Family affairs : Interview with Somali business women living in Addis Ababa, Nimco Nuur / Cabdullaahi Xaaji, interviewer (8:04)
Cornell University Libraries
Analyzes the spreading AIDS epidemic and public perception of the AIDS disease from a gender based perspective
New York Public Library
The filmmaker examines the consumerist culture and the teleculture's treatment of AIDS disease as a consumer image. The 3rd of a trilogy: The A.I.D.S. trilogy
University of Texas Libraries
Portrays the life of Jason Briggs, who died of AIDS-related disease at two; his parents, Jim and Gerri, also AIDS patients, and others honestly share their thoughts and feelings about Jason and the AIDS disease
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Recording of a fashion show held at the University at Buffalo's School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The show consisted of students modeling clothes made of black Hefty trash bags while a voiceover narrated facts about the AIDS disease and disspelling myths about the disease and its transmission. Held as a benefit for AIDS research and to increase AIDS awareness
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
The records of the AIDS Action Committee document the organization's founding and programs; the long-term strategies and goals of the board and administration; the AAC's involvement with other AIDS-related organizations and political entities, and the history of the AIDS disease in New England and nationwide. The collection spans 1975-2000, with the bulk of the material falling between 1987 and 1996, few records from 1983-84 are present in this collection. Highlights of the collection include materials on the AAC's education and prevention campaigns, such as posters from the AAC's subway advertising campaigns, and materials on the AIDS Education at Work program. Also of note are the Events files in Series 6, which illustrate the activities the AAC sponsored to raise funds and to heighten awareness of the AAC and AIDS. Notable among these Events files are the ARTcetera art auction, the From All Walks of Life AIDS walk, and the Aid & Comfort benefit. The Public Policy program files ... Read More
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department