Citations with the tag: AIDS activists
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- News from San Francisco.
Post, Laura // Lesbian News; Feb95, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p35
Reports on the various activities for California-based AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT/UP). Golden Gate's Committee for Direct Action against breast cancer's demonstration against Genetech on December 6, 1995; Agenda for 1996.
- Act-Up acts out.
Dawson, R. // Commonweal; 9/14/90, Vol. 117 Issue 15, p476
Opinion. Describes and objects to a demonstration led by the group ACT-UP during an ordination at Boston's Holy Cross Cathedral, which was held to support gay causes. Opinions toward Cardinal Bernard Law; Deeper significance of the demonstration.
- Act-up v. the church.
Coleman, J.A. // Commonweal; 9/27/91, Vol. 118 Issue 16, p533
Editorial. Studies the recent controversy over the video `Stop the Church,'which shows the strategy sessions planned by Act-up (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) to disrupt Sunday Mass at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral. Focus on the decision of Los Angeles PBS station KCET to air the...
- Pressure points.
Dixon, Bernard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 4/6/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7035, p915
Comments on the achievements of acquired immunodeficiency disease syndrome (AIDS) activists in gaining support for biomedical research in the field of AIDS. Analysis by Steven Epstein regarding how AIDS activists in the United States have come to play central roles in the scientific battles;...
- AIDS guerrillas.
Taylor, P. // New York; 11/12/90, Vol. 23 Issue 44, p62
Profiles the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, a group that crafts splashy media events from civil unrest--while many members fight to forestall their own deaths. Though ACT UP's tactics can be outrageous, it is successful in cutting through indifference and red tape and getting AIDS treatments...
- Senseless ACT.
Taylor, P. // New Scientist; 8/1/92, Vol. 135 Issue 1832, p3
Comments on the activists at the AIDS conference that was held recently in Amsterdam. The official presence of activists was greater than ever but their message was muted; Activists' message was also fragmented; Problems within ACT UP.
- Acting up to fight AIDS.
Salholz, E.; McKillop, P. // Newsweek; 6/6/88, Vol. 111 Issue 23, p42
A gay organization called ACT UP was formed a year ago, and has since deliberately trespassed the bounds of good taste in a campaign to broaden the government's role in fighting AIDS. Whether the group can make a difference is still to be seen, but it plans to keep its controversial heat on. ...
Salholz, E.; McKillop, P. // Advocate; 8/28/90, Issue 558, p32
Reports on the arrest of 17 AIDS activists in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- BIG BUCKS FOR THE '90s.
Ocamb, Karen // Advocate; 8/28/90, Issue 558, n p40
Profiles several AIDS activists in the United States. Bert Aoki; Terry Bean; Leonard Bloom; Debbie Carruth.
- Low N.Y. Art Prices Make New Groups Seek Bigger Donor Base.
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 1/15/91, Issue 568, p17
Reports on the efforts of AIDS activists in New York to find sources of income. Softening of the art market which is used in major fund raisers; Increased demands on donors; Search for bigger donor base.
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 1/14/92, Issue 594, p27
Reports that the Maine Civil Liberties Union would defend AIDS activist Dennis Lyonis.
- The AIDS activist with blurry vision.
Leo, J. // U.S. News & World Report; 7/9/90, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p16
Examines the AIDS protest group ACT UP, founded by Larry Kramer, that was invited to speak at the Sixth International Conference on AIDS in San Francisco last month. Greenwich Village's answer to the Red Guards; Storming St. Patrick's Cathedral last December; Harassing of Stephen Joseph, former...
- AIDS demo hits D.C.
Leo, J. // Advocate; 8/10/93, Issue 635, p17
Reports that AIDS activists were blocked by Washington D.C. police from removing the body of New York activist Tim Bailey from a truck parked outside the Capitol as part of an AIDS demonstration. Arrest of two demonstrators.
- Station identification.
Ames, K. // Newsweek; 2/4/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 5, p76
Describes recent demonstrations for AIDS research funds by AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT-UP).
- A Maine chance for ACT-UP.
Howard, L.; Cerio, G. // Newsweek; 7/29/1991, Vol. 118 Issue 5, p6
Discusses the plans of ACT-UP, the militant AIDS activist group to stage a massive rally in President George Bush's vacation hometown of Kennebunkport, Maine, on Sept. 1. The group will protest what they see as a lack of presidential action against the disease. The number of those expected to...
- The nation.
Howard, L.; Cerio, G. // Advocate; 4/30/96, Issue 706, p18
Presents information on topics that are related to homosexuality and AIDS in the United States. Trial of AIDS activists Daniel Sundquist and Jon Stuen-Parker for violating New Hampshire's ban on needle exchange programs; Results of a vote by the Montgomery County board of education on antigay...
- Still angry after all these years.
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 08/17/99, Issue 791/792, p18
Discusses the decline of the gay activist group AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP). Creation by novelist and playwright Larry Kramer in 1987 in New York City; Establishment of local chapters by activists all over the United States; Organization's loss of its political and sexual edge;...
- Attention Macy's parade organizers.
Bull, Chris // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 01/08/99, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p5A
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Bull, Chris // Advocate; 10/22/91, Issue 588, p29
Reports that AIDS and health care activists marched on the Victorian state parliament on September 5, 1991 to protest the impending closing of Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, which specializes in AIDS treatment. Health officials' recommendation of the closing of Fairfield as a way to...
- VENICE FETES AMFAR.
Rooney, David // Daily Variety; 09/05/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 1, p19
Highlights the AIDS fundraising dinner and auction organized by AmFar in Venice, Italy. Celebrities attending the event; Value of several pieces auctioned; Commendation of actress Sharon Stone for hosting the auction.
- Louisiana HIV/AIDS office shows how to improve disaster planning.
Rooney, David // AIDS Alert; Oct2008, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p109
The article highlights on the changes in disaster preparedness procedures of HIV/AIDS office after Hurricane Katrina struck Louisiana as well as the lessons learned from the said disaster.
- For offices HIV providers, communication is key.
Rooney, David // AIDS Alert; Oct2008, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p111
The article cites the strategies of Louisiana HIV/AIDS offices on keeping communications strong during disasters.
- Money talks.
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 7/25/95, Issue 686, p41
Reports that gays and AIDS activists in the United States are hiring public relations firms with Republican connections to deal with a Congress with a Republican majority. Use of PR firms as a long-over due step toward professionalizing the gay and AIDS movements; Contention from critics that...
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 3/21/95, Issue 677, p12
Reports that AIDS activists hurled plastic bags filled with red paint against the doors and walls of French Prime Minister Edouard Balladur's offices.
- Brokers Find Rough Trade In New York.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 10/24/89, Issue 536, p12
Reports on the protest action taken by a group of New York City AIDS activists at the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. High cost of AZT, a drug that is believed to be effective in slowing the course of AIDS in some people.
- Night at Opera Not Over Until Activists Sing.
Peterson, Robert W. // Advocate; 10/24/89, Issue 536, p12
Reports on the action taken by the AIDS activists at the San Francisco Opera to demand patrons to pay more attention to AIDS in California.
- Blanketed in ANGER.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 11/7/89, Issue 537, p8
Reports on demonstrations staged by AIDS activists across the U.S. on October 6 and 7, 1989, to coincide with the display of the Names Project's AIDS memorial quilt in Washington, D.C. Arrest of more than 130 demonstrators in California; Accusation against the police of using excessive force to...
- NEWS IN BRIEF: TEXAS.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 11/7/89, Issue 537, p20
Reports that activists blocked the entrance to the Dallas County, Texas health department with 90 dummies on September 26, 1989 to protest the start of a federally sponsored door-to-door survey about AIDS.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 9/11/90, Issue 559, p18
Reports on AIDS activist David Lewis. Lewis' assistance in the suicides of eight people who had AIDS.
- NEW YORK.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 1/15/91, Issue 568, p27
Reports on the demonstration of AIDS and abortion activists at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York to commemorate the first anniversary of a demonstration where 40 protesters where arrested for disrupting Cardinal John O'Connor's mass.
- AROUND THE NATION: California.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 9/20/94, Issue 664, p17
Reports on Lancaster, California-based Catalyst Foundation for AIDS Awareness and Care's filing of a complaint with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission against radio station KHJ.
- No reservations.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 11/1/94, Issue 667, p20
Reports that ACT UP members has staged a brief sit-in in the lobby of Hotel Crillon on Paris' Place de la Concorde to protest what they described as Paris mayor Jacques Chirac's indifference to homeless people with AIDS.
- A tenacious fighter succumbs in New York.
Cassels, Peter // Bay Windows; 7/27/2000, pN.PAG
Pays tribute to the late Stephen Gendin, an AIDS activist and co-founder of "Poz" magazine.
- AIDS History Project Documents Valuable Lessons.
Gierach, Ryan // Lesbian News; Jun2002, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p20
Reports the inauguration of the AIDS History Project with the ONE Institute in California. Collection of material related to the story of the lives of those who lived and died with AIDS; Contributions of AIDS activists on the prevention of HIV; Aspect of the AIDS History Project's collection.
- guy of the month.
Morgan, Heather // Seventeen; May2000, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p74
Profiles Alexis Catala, an AIDS awareness advocate based in the United States. Hobbies; Academic background; Characteristics of girls he wants to date.
- Stepping down.
Morgan, Heather // Advocate; 12/24/96, Issue 723, p16
Reports that Patricia Fleming, will resign from her post as director of the Office of National AIDS Policy. Background information on Fleming; Public opinion of Fleming.
- AIDS activists arrested in India.
Sharma, Rohit // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 05/27/2000, Vol. 320 Issue 7247, p1426
Reports that India's health activists are outraged over the arrests of several AIDS activists belonging to the non-governmental organization Sahyog. Charges filed against the AIDS activists; Details on the report `AIDS and Us' from Sahyog; Reason for the arrests.
- Absolutes and Probabilities: Make That 2 Rounds, Not 8.
Gulla, John // Education Week; 1/15/1982, Vol. 11 Issue 17, p26
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Relying on Magic Johnson Sends a Confusing Message," published in the December 11, 1991 issue.
- Sound and Fury.
Russo, Vito // Advocate; 4/10/90, Issue 548, p51
Features documentary films that focus on AIDS activism. 'Doctors, Liars, and Women,' a film by Jean Carlomusto; 'Target City Hall,' a film about the takeover of New York's city hall by the activist group AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power; 'Voices From the Front,' a documentary about the AIDS...
Russo, Vito // Advocate; 11/20/90, Issue 564, p29
Reports on the demonstration staged by AIDS activists in Vermont.
Russo, Vito // Advocate; 7/2/91, Issue 580, p31
Reports on the 'die-in' protest launched by AIDS activists on the steps of the state capitol in Des Moines, Iowa to encourage Governor Terry Branstad to sign a bill allocating $120,000 to AIDS education and medical insurance for people with AIDS.
Russo, Vito // Advocate; 4/6/93, Issue 626, p28
Reports on the career of openly gay Oregon lawyer David Gernant and on the death of American AIDS activists in 1993. Appointment of Gernant as district court judge of Mulnomah County; Deaths of Richard Carper, James B. Carrithers, Cyril Collard, Mark Niblock-Smith and Bob Rafsky.
- Good medicine?.
Russo, Vito // Advocate; 10/19/93, Issue 640, p16
Reports on the proposed national health care plan in the U.S. Reaction of AIDS activists toward the plan; Provision of the plan.
- Venice fetes AmFAR.
Rooney, David // Variety; 09/04/2000, Vol. 380 Issue 3, p75
Highlights the fund-raising dinner and auction organized by AmFAR on August 31, 2000 in Venice, Italy. Celebrities who participated in the event; Information on the auctioned items.
- Belynda Dunn, spiritual inspiration.
Rooney, David // Bay Windows; 5/6/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 21, p18
The article information on AIDS activist Belynda Dunn, with reference to her comments given at the Boston Living Center on July 20, 2001.
- "Nellie Oleson" visits the BLC.
Rooney, David // Bay Windows; 11/4/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 47, p3
A photograph of actress and AIDS activist Alison Arngrim also known as Nellie Oleson during her visit at the Boston Living Center.
- Running for our lives.
Smith, G. // People; Fall89, Vol. 32 Issue 9, The 80s Extra p134
Recounts the story of gay activist Brent Nicholson Earle, who ran 9,000 miles around the US in 1986 and 1987 to raise money and awareness for the fight against AIDS. Talks about how the national media ignored him, but how locals everywhere gave money for his cause.
- We All Have AIDS.
Smith, G. // InStyle; Dec2005, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p346
Reports that designer and activist Kenneth Cole created the largest AIDS awareness drive.
- WHY AIDS ISN'T OVER.
BABINEAU, GUY // Xtra (Toronto); 11/29/2012, Issue 733, p20
The article focuses on New York writer and AIDS activist Sarah Schulman, and highlights her work on post-AIDS gentrification.
- Hitting the Graffiti-Scrawled Wall.
Peterson, Robert W. // Advocate; 7/4/89, Issue 528, p9
Reports that the Los Angeles, California chapter of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power has accused the Los Angeles County sheriff's department of using covert surveillance, harassment, and illegal searches to try to intimidate its members. Involvement of the group in vandalism attacks in the...