Wednesday, March 26, 6:30 pm
Fales Library, inside Elmer Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South, 3rd Floor
Body Counts is a powerful and engaging report from the front lines, a deeply personal testament from one of the longest-living HIV survivors. Not merely a nostalgic look backwards; Strub’s book assesses today’s AIDS epidemic and offers powerful strategies for curbing new transmissions, while also demanding an end to the mounting cases of AIDS criminalization across America.
About Sean Strub:
Sean Strub is an activist, writer, and executive director of the Sero Project, which combats the criminalization of people with HIV. He founded POZ magazine, the leading publication providing information about HIV, and is a frequent speaker about HIV/AIDS, self-empowerment, and the intersections of sex, public health, and the law. A native of Iowa City, Strub attended Georgetown and Columbia. He and his partner, Xavier Morales, live in New York and Milford, Pennsylvania, where he co-owns the historic Hotel Fauchère and is active in historic preservation.
This event is free and open to the public.