Work alongside distinguished community-organizer and activist, Jason Walker, to explore how race, class, and other social identity markers impact the fight to end HIV/AIDS. Students will learn why HIV/AIDS is still rampant in NYC, why the epidemic continues worldwide, and examine the unique relationship between New York City and HIV/AIDS, one that dates back decades. Co-sponsored by NYU Gallatin, the LGBTQ Center, CMEP, and the NYU Student Government Assembly.
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