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Reframing HIV/AIDS in the Fourth Decade. Roger Hallas Syracuse University, USA rhallas@syr.edu. Roger Hallas Syracuse University, USA rhallas@syr.edu. No Regret (Marlon Riggs, 1992). Voices from the Front (Testing the Limits, 1992). Zero Patience (John Greyson, 1993).

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reframing hiv aids in the fourth decade

Reframing HIV/AIDS in the Fourth Decade

Roger Hallas

Syracuse University, USA

rhallas@syr.edu

Roger Hallas

Syracuse University, USA

rhallas@syr.edu

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No Regret

(Marlon Riggs, 1992)

Voices from the Front

(Testing the Limits, 1992)

Zero Patience

(John Greyson, 1993)

Silverlake Life: The View From Heree

(Tom Joslin & Peter Friedman, 1993)

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1.

Don’t just criticize problematic representation,

appropriate and remake it.

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Fast Trip, Long Drop

(Gregg Bordowitz, 1993)

The New York Crimes (Gran Fury, 1989)

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Kenboy: “Give me the gift. I am a bug chaser. I want to get the bug this weekend. And no, I am not afraid of AIDS.”

“None of us chose this virus and these people are choosing it.”

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HIV IS NO PICNIC campaign

(Stop AIDS Project, San Francisco, 2002)

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HIV (NOT FABULOUS) campaign

(AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Los Angeles, 2006)

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IT’S NEVER JUST HIV campaign

(New York City Department of Health, 2010)

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2.

Generate representational tactics

at the grassroots level.

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PISD (People with Immune System Disorders) affinity group

Sixth International AIDS Conference, San Francisco, June 1990

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3.

Political activism provides an integral opportunity for HIV prevention and health education.

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HIV Criminalization Face-Off: A Poz Man and His Accuser

(Mark S. King’s My Fabulous Disease blog)

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4.

Sustaining cultural memory is a vital component to the larger cultural context of community health education.