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In this section, archivists, activists and academics alike consider the role of memory, remembering and forgetting as it relates to change-making tactics, community history, and visual culture. What gets dragged forward? What is the role of context in exhibition? How do we deal with loss - be it people, ideas, or hope?

Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad and Louie Ortiz-Fonseca
A Brief History of HIV: A Conversation Between Two Friends

Sheldon Raymore
Waniyetu Wowapi and HIV/AIDS

Michael McFadden
Luckiest Guy

Rahne Alexander
The Lost and The Found

Adam Barbu and John Paul Ricco
Inheriting AIDS: A Conversation

David Kahn, Brooklyn Historical Society
April 20, 1993

Siân Cook
Graphic Ephemera Lasting Impact: Building an Online UK HIV/AIDS Design Archive

Avram Finkelstein
AIDS, Coca-Cola, and the Tompkins Square Park Riot

Kate Hallstead
A Body of Work: Corporeal Materials, Presence, and Memory in Jerome Caja’s Exhibition, Remains of the Day

Dudu Quintanilha
In Case You Forgot How I Looked

Carlos Motta
Legacy: A Timeline of HIV/AIDS

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Issue 42



by Theodore (ted) Kerr

by Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad and Louie Ortiz-Fonseca

by Sheldon Raymore

by Michael McFadden

by Rahne Alexander

by Adam Barbu and John Paul Ricco

by David Kahn and Brooklyn Historical Society

by Dudu Quintanilha

Artist Kelvin Atmadibrata in Conversation with Oral Historian Benji de la Piedra

by Emily Bass and Yvette Raphael

by the People with AIDS advisory committee

A Conversation Between Szymon Adamczak, Luiza Kempińska, and Hubert Zięba

by Demian DinéYazhi' and R.I.S.E.

An Exchange to Expand on the PrEP Manifesto between Carlos Motta and John Arthur Peetz

A Conversation Between Mavi Veloso and Nicholas D’Avella

A Conversation Between Jean Carlomusto, Alexandra Juhasz, and Hugh Ryan

by Nelson Santos

by Tacoma Action Collective

by Vladimir Čajkovac

Cecilia Chung, Olivia Ford, Deon Haywood, Naina Khanna, Suraj Madoori, Charles Stephens