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Taking a Leading Stance. Activism in the fight against HIV/AIDS. SLP Leadership and Social Justice Committee. What is Activism?. Activism is…

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Taking a Leading Stance

Activism in the fight against HIV/AIDS

SLP Leadership and Social Justice Committee


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What is Activism?

Activism is…

a relentless lifestyle which is comprised of vigorous and intentional action or inaction, direct or indirect, which works towards the visions, mission, and goals of a better society and world.

With regards to the HIV / AIDS epidemic, our goal is to end this affliction through education, prevention, and activism.


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Bob Bowers

Founder HIVictorious and 20+ Year AIDS Survivor


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“We are not Lepers or indispensable; we are brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, parents, and yes even grandparents who for one reason or another were infected with the AIDS virus. The “H” on HIV stands for Human. If we can unite to end AIDS, we will hopefully put right many other divisions that face us as a world.”

- Bob Bowers


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How can we be activists in the fight against HIV/AIDS


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Campus Organizations

  • Action for Children affected by AIDS

    • [email protected]

    • Alec Lichtenberg at 914-588-4492

  • ONE campaign – UW Madison

    • [email protected]

    • Amanda Bickel at 608-212-3072

  • Project 40/40

    • [email protected]

    • Anna Day at 847-845-5229


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    Campus Organizations (cont.)

    • Sex Out Loud

      • [email protected]

      • Kelly Gersonde at 414-491-9594

  • Student Global AIDS Campaign

    • [email protected]

    • Caitlin Becker at 612-710-9333

  • UW Students for Camp Heartland

    • [email protected]

    • Cassie Chulick at 920-680-5920


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    Community and National Orgs.

    • Wisconsin AIDS Network

      • [email protected]

      • 608-252-6540

  • AIDS Action

    • www.aidsaction.org

  • AVERT

    • www.avert.org

  • Global AIDS Alliance

    • www.stopglobalaids.org


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    THANK YOU FOR JOINING US

    ENJOY THE QUILT


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