An appropriationist collage of texts and images on the subject of queerness, AIDS, and desire concludes Aldrin Valdez’s two-week guest blogging residency.
For Aldrin Valdez, a painting about differences coming together at a seder resonates with a recently-held forum on the history of AIDS.
Queer artists and writers must negotiate between many kinds of silence, and many kinds of speech.
What can the Occupy movement learn from the history of HIV/AIDS activism? Ted Kerr’s “Questions for a Revolution” offers a starting point.
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