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
University of California, San Francisco - Archives and Special Collections
This collection contains the research and writing files Nancy Stoller [who also worked under the name Nancy Shaw], as well as posters, a large pamphlet file, and other ephemera. The bulk of the collection focuses on Stoller's AIDS research for the book, Lessons from the Damned: Queers, Whores and Junkies Respond to AIDS. There is also material connected to, Women Resisting AIDS: Feminist Strategies of Empowerment, the book she co-edited with Beth E. Schneider. There are also some examples of her work on healthcare for prisoners and Latinas and breast cancer.
University of California, San Francisco - Archives and Special Collections
This collection contains the research and writing files Nancy Stoller [who also worked under the name Nancy Shaw], as well as posters, a large pamphlet file, and other ephemera. The bulk of the collection focuses on Stoller's AIDS research for the book, Lessons from the Damned: Queers, Whores and Junkies Respond to AIDS. There is also material connected to, Women Resisting AIDS: Feminist Strategies of Empowerment, the book she co-edited with Beth E. Schneider. There are also some examples of her work on healthcare for prisoners and Latinas and breast cancer.
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Records of the Sexuality and AIDS educator (1987-1990) and Coordinator of Cornell AIDS Action (1990-1992), Sharon J. Dittman. Includes records of the CU AIDS Advisory Committee (1991-1992); training, workshop, and resource materials from Cornell AIDS Action and SAFER (Students for AIDS Facts Education and Responsibility); clippings on sexuality, religion, and other topics; also, educational videos on AIDS and sexuality.