edited by Marion Banzhaf, Cynthia Chris and Monica Pearl, et al, for ACT UP / New York Women and AIDS Book Group
1st Canadian ed.
Between the Lines
viii, 301 p., [1 p.] : ill.
Originally an American work, it has been Canadianized for this edition.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes a glossary
Includes list of support groups.
Includes a videography, with distributor list.
Includes 1 page of advertisements for the publisher.
Originally produced and published in New York, NY by the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power [ACT UP], Women's Caucus, in 1989.
ACT UP was formed in 1987
Copy 2 Accession no. 2008-073
Contents: Preface [p. vii-viii] --What the number mean / by Risa Denenberg [p. 1-4] -- How do women live? / by Kim Christensen [p. 5-15] -- Transmission issues for women / by Cynthia Chris [p. 17-25] -- Safe sex is real sex / by Zoe Leonard [p. 27-30] -- Unique aspects of HIV infection in women / by Risa Denenberg [p. 31-43] -- Fighting for my life / by Melinda Singleton [p. 45-54] -- HIV-antibody testing and legal issues for HIV-positive people / by Zoe Leonard [p. 55-67] -- Treatment and trials / by Risa Denenberg [p. 68-79] -- Race, Women, and AIDS : introduction / by Marion Banzhaf [p. 80-83] -- Cultural sensitivity in practice / by Yannick Durand [p. 85-90] -- First there was smallpox / by Charon Asetoyer [p. 91-94] -- No names and no pictures / by Iris Davis [p. 95-976] -- We have the expertise, we need resources / by Ruth Rodriguez [p. 99-101] -- AIDS issues for African-American and African-Caribbean women / by Sunny Rumsey [p. 103-106] -- Many cultures, many approaches / by Suki Terada Ports, with Marion Banzhaf [p. 107-111] -- Lesbians in the AIDS crisis / by Zoe Leonard [p. 112-118] -- Too much denial / by Cynthia Acevedo [p. 119-122] -- Intravenous drug use, women, and HIV / by Catherine Saalfield, with Cynthia Chris, Rachel Lurie, and Monica Pearl [p. 123-129] -- An excerpt from: "Sex, drugs, rock-n-roll, and AIDS" / by Iris de la Cruz [p. 130-134] -- Teenagers / by Rachel Lurie [p. 135-138] -- Prison issues and HIV : introduction / by Kim Christensen with Deb Levine [p. 139-142] --Voices / by Women of ACE (AIDS Counseling and Education), Bedford Hills Correctional Facility [p.143-155] -- Having AIDS and being loved / by Anonymous [p. 157-158] -- Pregnant women and HIV / by Risa Denenberg [p. 159-164] -- Mothers and children / by Dorothy Walker [p. 165-171] -- No puedo confiar en nadie ( I can't trust anyone) / by Anonymous [p. 173-175] -- Prostitution and HIV infection / by Zoe Leonard and Polly Thistlethwaite [p. 177-185] -- Heterosexual women and AIDS / by Monica Pearl [p. 187-190] -- Demanding a condom / by Kat Doud [p. 191] -- Bisexual women and AIDS / by Alexis Danzig [p. 193-198] -- Reproductive rights and AIDS : the connections / by Marion Banzhaf, Tracy Morgan and Karen Ramspacher [p. 199-209] -- Translating issues into actions : introduction / by Rachel Lurie [p. 211-214] -- Focusing on women : video as activism / by Jean Carlomusto [p. 215-218] -- Talking that talk / by DiAna DiAna [p. 219-222] -- We have a job to do / by Bambi Sumpter [p. 223-225] -- Facing reality : AIDS education and women of color / by Dazon Dixon [p. 227-229] -- Changing the whole approach / by Gail Harris [p. 231-232] -- AIDS and politics : transformation of our movement / by Maxine Wolfe [p. 233-237] -- The Denver principles : founding statement of People with AIDS/ARC [p. 239-240] -- conclusion / by Cynthia Chris and Monica Pearl [p. 241-243] -- Glossary [p. 245-250] -- Canadian resources [p. 251-264] -- Bibliography / compiled by Polly Thistlethwaite [p. 265-280] -- AIDS videos by, for, and about women / compiled by Catherine Saalfield [p. 281-288] -- Canadian books, films and videos [p. 289-293] --Index [p. 295-301]