Join us for an interview and discussion with Sean Strub.
The Spotlight Series invites those living with HIV, activists, advocates and educators to speak about their experiences with HIV/AIDS. Join the World AIDS Museum for our talk with Sean Strub. Sean Strub is the mayor of Milford, Pennsylvania, and has been living with HIV for more than 35 years. He is the founder of POZ magazine, the first openly HIV+ person to run for federal office in the U.S. and the author of Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS and Survival. He serves as the executive director of the Sero Project, a U.S.-based national network of people living with HIV that is best known for its work combating HIV criminalization. Strub’s short film, HIV is Not a Crime, introduced the problem of HIV criminalization to audiences and advocates around the world. Watch the Spotlight Series on our Facebook page: World AIDS Museum & Educational Center.
2021/11/03 - 2021/11/03
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A recording of the Spotlight Series will be available immediately on the World AIDS Museum & Educational Center Facebook page.