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All Alumni are invited to this 30th Anniversary of ACT UP NY. We will assemble for #3DecadesofDetermination - a celebration of ACTUP and Jim Eigo.

Wed, March 22, 2017 Celebrate Three Decades of Determination with the present floor of ACTUP, our alumni, allies and friends. tickets are $0 to $300 for attendees. Visit Eventbrite or or bring your donation to the door Cash or Credit Card.
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT Add to Calendar

Keith D. Cylar House
747 E 9th St
New York, NY 10009 View Map

Silence Death

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Celebrate Three Decades of Determination with the present floor of ACTUP, our alumni, allies and friends.

Tickets to Hamilton and Anastasia, When We Rise signed script, United in Anger DVDs, How to Survive a Plague books.

Recent and remote ACTUP video and imagery

Food, Drink, ACTUP comrades!

Guests of Honor:

Gerri Wells -- Eric Sawyer -- Andy Velez

Original ACTUP members, who answered that first call to action by meeting immediately : Inspiring an entire generation in their wake.

Come help them celebrate the work and retirement of Jim Eigo:

Founding member of the Treatment and Data committee of ACTUP which brought about fundamental changes in AIDS drug research and regulation -- inserting real community input into drugtrials, transforming drug availability and ultimately enabling combination therapy.

Jim returned to the floor of ACTUP in 2013, and co-founded the Prevention of HIV Action Group (PHAG), the renascent ACTUP committee which loudly and forcefully demanded embrace ofPrEP, PEP and TAsP for HIV prevention.

He helped to drive the cornerstone of prevention into the Blueprint to End AIDS in New York State.

His vision of DOHMH Sexual Health Clinics as full-service hubs of HIV prevention and care, should help to change the way folks at risk for HIV are approached, tested, and followed-up.

We will also feature the ongoing roll-out of Legacee Kares, an app for homeless and underprivileged youth focused on connecting them to human service and HIV resources. It was developedwith the help of ACTUP’s current Youth and Homelessness working group.

PLUS: Learn a new twist on a classic chant.

ACTUP! FIGHT BACK!! END AIDS!!!