AIDS Prevention and Services: Community Based Research

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started by lesbians and gay men from left groups and remained small until national actions in both localities drew people from the more mainstream lesbian and gay community. The original core tried to keep control, and their focus was often on work with other "progressive" groups and not necessarily around AIDS issues. Newer members objected, and splits occurred, often accompanied by charges of racism and sexism. In San Francisco, people from ACT UP NY who had moved there were involved in creating the split.

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------. 1991a. Manuscript. Women's Treatment and Research Agenda, ACT UP NY, February.

------. 1991b. Manuscript. Treatment and Research Agenda for Women with HIV Infection. ACT UP NY, Revised, May.

Albany Action Committee. 1990. Manuscript. State of the State. The Albany Action Factbook. ACT UP NY, March.

Alternative and Holistic Committee. 1989. Manuscript. Alternative Holistic Treatment Handbook. ACT UP NY, April.

Carlomusto J., and Maggenti M. 1988. Doctors, Liars and Women: AIDS Activists Say No to Cosmo. New York: GMHC Media Productions.

CDC Working Group. 1990. Manuscript. The CDC Teach In Handbook. ACT UP NY, November.

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Eigo J., and I. Long. 1988. Manuscript. AIDS Clinical Trials Resources: Critique of AMFAR Directory, of Experimental Therapies for ARC and AIDS. ACT UP NY, March.

Elbaz G. 1990. Measuring AIDS Politicization. Presented at the VIth International AIDS Conference, San Francisco, June.

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Johnson-Readon Bernice. 1983. "Coalition Politics: Turning the Century". In B. Smith , ed., Home Girls. A Black Feminist Anthology (pp. 356-368). New York: Kitchen Table, Women of Color Press.

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