Does Silence Still = Death?
Activists’ Perspectives on HIV, COVID, & Monkeypox
HIV Center Rounds / World AIDS Day Grand Rounds
Social activism has played a major role in the history of public health policy, prevention, care, and research. Is activism still relevant? Are original strategies still effective? How does activism align with social science research? In this session, activists will share their views and discuss these and other questions.
Raymond A. Smith, PhD, LLM
University of Arizona, Tucson
Jeremiah Johnson, MPH
Kimberleigh Smith, MPA
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
Keletso Makofane, PhD
FXB Center for Health and Human Rights