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333.09 edwin cameron’s story

Friday, June 23rd, 2006

production draft

cameron—gladwell story link
his own account

“. . . there definitely is stigma. i think more important is the internal dimension. people with hiv feel a sense of self-disentitlement, which prevents them from seeking access to treatment, even when it’s available.” –ec on positive nation
http://www.positivenation.co.uk/issue115/features/feature2/feature2.htm
from witness to aids, by edwin cameron.
2. second chances

i knew that i […]

328.04 not getting caught — ahf not fab forum report: transcription of meeting notes

Saturday, June 17th, 2006

will set up anchor linking later. we begin with a summary of the dicussion, followed by the full text of the notes. please note: in the summaries of the panel members statements, i picked one major point each speaker made. everyone said more. when summary points became significant and clear, such as in bryan […]

waiting for the time to change: 300th post at aids-write.org (300)

Sunday, April 2nd, 2006

wow.
this is the 300th post on the aids-write.org weblog since memorial day weekend and gay pride of last year.
300 songs. i had no idea i’d been that productive.
this is a moment of joy and strength. a moment for gratitude. a moment to ask for cash donations.
this instant, april 1, saturday night, in chilly, rainy, […]

39 global hiv/aids constituents: maura elaripe mea hiv/aids activist living in papua, new guinea (299a)

Friday, March 31st, 2006

39 global hiv/aids constituents: maura elaripe mea hiv/aids activist living in papua, new guinea (299a)

poem
by maura elaripe mea
a true friend
walks beside you
giving you confidence
to go on life’s journey
knowing that what lies ahead
is nothing but the best for you.
a true friend is
someone who listens,
not just hears
someone who speaks,
not just talks
someone who sees,
not just looks
someone who […]

part 1: justice edwin cameron: introduction (264)

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

eoe:
four posts on
south africa’s
justice edwin cameron
& his new book,
witness to aids.
part 1: my introduction
Book Reading and Panel Discussion with
South Africa’s Justice Edwin Cameron
October 21, 2005
cameron introduction
chers,
this is a remarkable set of texts. on october 21, 2005, kaiser family foundation broadcast a book reading and panel discussion with south africa’s justice edwin cameron, a member […]

part 2: edwon cameron reading “aids is a disease” (263)

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

on the engines of enlightenment:
journal of an aids shaman
special report
four posts on
south africa’s
justice edwin cameron
& his new book,
witness to aids.
part two:
cameron first reading
“aids is a disease” (ch 2)
Book Reading and Panel Discussion with
South Africa’s Justice Edwin Cameron
October 21, 2005
“AIDS is a disease. It is an infection, a syndrome, an illness, a disorder, a condition […]

part 3: edwin cameron: the gladwell story (262)

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

on the engines of enlightenment:
journal of an aids shaman
special report
four posts on
south africa’s
justice edwin cameron
& his new book,
witness to aids.
part three:
the gladwell story
cameron’s second reading
from witness to aids
Book Reading and Panel Discussion with
South Africa’s Justice Edwin Cameron
October 21, 2005
excerpted from kaiser family foundation webcast
Transcript provided by kaisernetwork.org, a free service of the Kaiser Family […]

part 4: judge edwin cameron’s comments (261)

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

on the engines of enlightenment
journal of an aids shaman
special report:
four posts on south africa’s
justice edwin cameron &
his new book,
witness to aids.
part 4
judge cameron
comments about south africa
I think most of you know that we entered a difficult period in our national life when our president appeared to be questioning the fundamental etiology of AIDS. In […]