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University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

AIDS

Civil Rights and Discrimination

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Lessons From A Plague, Max D. Siegel Jan 2013

Lessons From A Plague, Max D. Siegel

Student Articles and Papers

This Article argues that we ought to examine this country’s early AIDS crisis for lessons on addressing HIV in the twenty-first century and to improve the ongoing social movement of sexual minorities in the United States. In the 1980s and early 1990s, AIDS focused sexual minorities’ advocacy efforts as both liberationists working to deregulate sexuality and integrationists seeking entrance to heterosexual privilege recognized that their agendas needed to account for this new crisis. Over time, a liberationist response to AIDS emerged and dominated the social movement because sexual minorities needed to publicly defend their differences in order to stay ...


Women And Aids - Racism, Sexism, And Classism, Taunya L. Banks Jan 1990

Women And Aids - Racism, Sexism, And Classism, Taunya L. Banks

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Developing Law On Aids In The Workplace , Jana Howard Carey, Megan M. Arthur Jan 1987

The Developing Law On Aids In The Workplace , Jana Howard Carey, Megan M. Arthur

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.