Join us as historian Tamar Carroll discusses, " 'It Saved My Life': AIDS & Reproductive Rights Activism in the Creation of Queer Politics," a talk on the coalition between gay men AIDS activists and reproductive rights feminists in New York City in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP New York) and Women’s Health Action mobilization (WHAM!) joined together to fight for rights to sexual autonomy and universal health care.
Members: free; students: $3.00; all others: $7.00; discussion admission includes Mansion House visit.
This discussion is supported by a Humanities New York Action Grant.