LetsKickASS.org presents An Evening with Sean Strub Author Body Counts
Friday, January 31, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Let's Kick ASS proudly presents
An Evening With Sean Strub discussing Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS and Survival in conversation with Tez Anderson. He'll be signing books afterward.
Watch a book trailer here: https://vimeo.com/75181260
Sean Strub is a long-time activist and writer who has been HIV positive for more than 33 years. He is the founder of POZ Magazine and served as its publisher and executive editor from 1994 to 2004.
He presently serves as the executive director of the Sero Project, a network of people with HIV fighting for freedom from stigma and injustice and as treasurer of the U.S. Caucus of PWHA Organizations.
He is a recognized global leader in the effort to empower people with HIV to be meaningfully engaged in the response to the epidemic and in combating HIV-related stigma, discrimination and criminalization.
San Francisco LGBT Center -- Rainbow Room
1800 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102
On for sale on site and starting Jan 14th at Books Inc in the Castro 2275 Market St.
"Sean Strub’s Body Counts is an important document for several reasons. His direct and honest prose relates a familiar story of growing self-awareness, coming of age and coming out in afresh and compelling manner. The big surprise comes when one recognizes how dramatic the machinations of drug trials, power politics and the building of a grass roots movement can be."
– Bill T. Jones
Let’s Kick ASS is a grassroots movement of long-term survivors, positive and negative, honoring the unique and profound experience of living through the AIDS epidemic. We’re dedicated to reclaiming our lives, ending isolation, and envisioning a future we never dreamed of.
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Let's Kick ASS is a grassroots movement of long-term survivors, positive and negative, honoring the unique and profound experience of living through the AIDS epidemic. We’re dedicated to reclaiming our lives, ending isolation, and envisioning a future we never dreamed of.
We are dedicated to raising awareness about the needs and wellbeing of long-term survivors; Healing Wounded AIDS Warriors thorough strengthening resilience and embracing our role as AIDS Elders. After decades of loss, grieving and facing our own mortality young we are now in the transition through midlife to aging. We are in uncharted territory and how we respond matters.