In observance of World AIDS Day, this webinar offers a retrospective on the legal, social, and medical struggles and successes associated with HIV/AIDS over the last 40 years. These intersectional perspectives merged to form a new civil rights movement almost overnight, one that continues to this day.
- Dr. Michelle Collins-Ogle, Attending Physician, Pediatrics Infectious Disease and Adolescent Medicine, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
- Armen H. Merjian, Senior Staff Attorney, Legal Department, Housing Works
- Allison Nichol, Director of Legal Advocacy, Jean A. Carpenter Legal Defense Fund, The Epilepsy Foundation of America; Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
- Brad Sears, Associate Dean of Public Interest Law, UCLA School of Law; Interim Executive Director and David Sanders Distinguished Scholar of Law & Policy, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law
- Evelyn P. Tomaszewski – Master of Social Work Program Director and Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, George Mason University
- Margaret Drew, Chair, ABA HIV/AIDS Impact Project; Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts School of Law
Login to view the webinar recording. Not a member of the Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice? Join the Section today!
CRSJ provides free webinars and resources for legal professionals and advocates nationwide and relies on generous donor support and volunteer service. Your charitable gift ensures that we continue to address the deepening crises in our collective pursuit of advancing law and justice. Thank you!