Podcast
Vuyiseka Dubula-Majola, HIV/AIDS activist
Gilad Cohen, Simona Ramkisson, Brandon Fragomeni, Alex Castellani, Ron Ma | South African AIDS activist Vuyiseka discusses the process of being diagnosed with HIV, the socio-economic politics associated with treatment, and why she has so much hope for the future of activism.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Alexis Shotwell and Gary Kinsman talk about the AIDS Activist History Project.
Blog
Dr. Julio Montaner
Rod Mickleburgh | Dr. Julio Montaner is hailed worldwide for his critical contribution to combatting the spread of HIV/AIDS. But what does he get from Canada? A big, fat cold shoulder.
Blog
Gerry Caplan | In the age of Ebola, it's only too easy to forget other ongoing health crises like HIV and AIDS. But countries with large AIDS populations don't forget. And neither does Big Pharma.
Activist Toolkit
| An organization fighting against discrimination in prison and working on behalf of prisoners
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Gerry Caplan | When Mandela turned down the opportunity to serve a second term in office, he left South Africa vulnerable to the mercies of capital and the devastating crises of corruption, AIDS and inequality.
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Gerry Caplan | With money for Wall Street bonuses and corporate tax breaks, Western governments never seem to have enough money for the AIDS epidemic. But it's political will, not cash, that's the real scarcity.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A bill to amend Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime failed to pass in November. The bill was to streamline the process for producers of generic drugs and get low-cost medication to people who need it.
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Gerry Caplan | From now on, no more protecting readers from the whole truth, however unpalatable. It's humanity's record, after all, and while you can run away from it, you really can't hide.
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Karl Nerenberg | The House voted down a bill designed to save millions of lives in the developing world. It was a very tight vote. Many Conservatives who once supported the idea switched sides.
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Gerry Caplan | Mr. Harper and his government have demonstrated a mystifying ambivalence in responding to a challenge that has cost the lives of many millions and, despite dramatic progress, threatens millions more.
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Activists held a banner and others in the audience turned their backs.
AIDS Action Now | Demonstrators turned their back on Leona Aglukka, the Canadian Minister of Health, during her opening remarks at the North American Regional Session at the AIDS 2012 XIX International AIDS Conference.