EMORY UNIVERSITY. SOUTHEAST AIDS TRAINING AND EDUCATION CENTER.
Remembering AIDS: Collaborative Action Through Community-Based Oral History interviews, 2010

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Emory University. Southeast AIDS Training and Education Center.
Title: Remembering AIDS: Collaborative Action Through Community-Based Oral History interviews, 2010
Call Number:Series No. 185
Extent: .25 linear ft. (1 box)
Abstract:Interviews include both transcripts and audio files recorded during Remembering AIDS: Collaborative Action Through Community-Based Oral History, a project from the Southeast AIDS Training and Education Center funded by the Emory Office of University and Community Partnerships.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

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Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Researchers must contact MARBL in advance to access audiovisual materials in this collection. Born-digital materials (Series 3) are closed to researchers.

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All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

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Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Remembering AIDS: Collaborative Action Through Community-Based Oral History interviews, Emory University Archives, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

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Processed by Eleanor Dickson, 2014.


Collection Description

Administrative History

Remembering Aids: Collaborative Action Through Community-Based Oral History was a project of the Southeast AIDS Training and Education Center (SEATEC). SEATEC is designated by the United States Public Health Service as an AIDS training center for Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama, and Tennessee. It operates out of the Emory University School of Medicine.

With the support of the Emory Office of University and Community Partnerships, in 2010 SEATEC began to record oral histories to document the ways in which community members and Atlanta universities worked together to provide AIDS-related healthcare during the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Scope and Content Note

Interviews include both transcipts (printed and as Microsoft Word documents) and audio files recorded during the project. Interviewees include Dawn Averitt Bridges (Founder, The Well Project and Treatment Resource Specialist, AIDS Survival Project), Thomas Blount (Founder, AIDS Survival Project), Dazon Dixon (Executive Director, SisterLove), Felicia Guest (Director of Training, Southeast Training and Education Center [SEATEC]), Tonia Poteat (ACT UP Atlanta and Feminist Women's Health Center Women's AIDS Hotline), Sandy Thurman (Director, Interfaith Health Program at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health and President, International AIDS Trust), and Angelica Vuchetich (Clinical Director, Infectious Disease Clinic, Grady Health Systems). Interviews were conducted by Christina White, an alumna of the Rollins School of Public Health. Deputy Director of SEATEC, Laura Donnelly, also worked on the project.

Arrangement Note

Organized into 3 series: (1) Printed transcripts, (2) Audiovisual, and (3) Born-digital materials.


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