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How Has Activism Changed Since the Early Years of ACT UP?

April 23, 2012

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Brandon Lacy Campos

Brandon Lacy Campos

Co-Executive Director, Queers for Economic Justice, New York City

Activism has gone viral, it's gone digital, it's gone communal, it's gone online and global in a way that wasn't able to be imagined 25 years ago because we couldn't imagine the technology and the gift of communication that technology has provided in this time of reduced funding, reduced attention and international "othering" of the AIDS pandemic.




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