John Riley brings us more sound from ACT UP/NY's 30th Anniversary March and Rally. Speakers include Mark Hannay, a specialist in health insurance; Nick Faust, a new generation graphic artist with ACT UP; Jamila Headley of Health Gap; and Lourdes Hunter, Trans Women of Color Collective Executive Director.
Emma Missouri interviews Health GAP's Hilary McQuie, Director of U.S. Policy & Grassroots Mobilization. Health GAP is an organization dedicated to getting HIV/AIDS treatments to people worldwide. In part because of it's efforts at defending generic HIV/AIDS drug production and battling unfair intellectual property rights more than 18 million of 36 million people have gotten the drugs, many from poor countries. Health GAP originally came from ACT UP/NY's organizing efforts and an alliance with Dr. Alan Berkman and other AIDS activist organizations.
Naomi Brussel brings us part of a panel on gender, "Where Is My Box?" that was organized by Siri May, UN Program Coordinator for Outright Action International. The panelists are:
1 Leigh Ann Van Der Merwe trans activist from South Africa
2 Miki Wali trans activist from Fiji
3 Micah Grzywnowicz from Swedish federation for LGBTQ Rights
4 Chase Strangio attorney at ACLU