Activist, writer, executive director of the Sero Project, and the first openly HIV-positive candidate for U.S. Congress, Sean Strub charts his remarkable life--from the jolt of the early 1980s AIDS epidemic, to his Lazarus-like revival from the brink of death--with the inspiring and deeply important, Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS, and Survival. This event is co-sponsored by the HIV Story Project.
ABOUT THE HIV STORY PROJECT
Founded in 2009, The HIV Story Project is a San Francisco based non-profit organization focused on bridging HIV/AIDS with film, media and storytelling to fight the spread of the pandemic and the global stigma associated with it. We create our own film and media projects in addition to offering production services and digital media consultation & training to HIV/AIDS nonprofits in San Francisco and beyond.
POZ Magazine - POZ magazine is kindly donating copies of their latest issue, featuring Sean Strub as the cover story. Pick one up when you come for the event. While supplies last. For more information about POZ Magazine click here.