You can live stream Surviving, Uniting, Anger and the Plague: In Conversation David France and Jim Hubbard at: http://new.livestream.com/thenewschool

The organizers of Revisiting the AIDS Crisis and the Ongoing Epidemic, Health Challenges for the 21st Century, are proud to announce the Surviving, Uniting, Anger and the Plague: In Conversation David France and Jim Hubbard, will be recorded and streaming live.

Since there are no more available seats in either the theater or the overflow room at the New School, we enthusiastically suggest people organize live steaming events in their homes, offices, collages, and community spaces.It can be as simple as a bunch of friends gathered around a laptop, or as large as a gym with a projector, a laptop a screen and some speakers.

While you and others are watching the conversation, use #ongoingAIDS, and be part of the discussion worldwide.

If you are in the New York area and have not seen the films we will be screening them and The Other City in the Kellen Auditorium at the New School the day of the event, no RSVP needed. Screening times:
11:00am—The Other City (2010, dir. Susan Koch)
1:30pm—How To Survive a Plague (2012, dir. David France)
4:00pm—United in Anger: A History of ACT UP (2012, dir. Jim Hubbard)

Join us for the rest of the events in the series:

Time is Not A Line

A public conversation around the anxiety of knowing, forgetting, history and living
With Silas Howard and Julian de Mayo

Sunday March 10, 2013 @ 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Lang Café, 65 West 11th Street, ground floor

Inspired by the current cultural production around HIV/AIDS and the early response, this public conversation, will provide a forum for those engaged in counter culture and queer world making. The afternoon event is a chance to collectively reckon with historical legacies and the present moment in pursuit of progressive futures. Issues around being overwhelmed, "feeling backward', identifying with the dead, archive activism, trans politics, and "ongoing AIDS" will be explored. Refreshments will be served. Hosted by Pato Hebert and Ted Kerr.


Exposing the Impacts of Labor and Co-Infection: AIDS, Treatment and Research
Monday March 11, 2013 @ 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Bark Room, 2 West 13th Street, ground floor
On the evening of March 11, Jonathan Smith will present selections of his documentary work, which places its focus on the impact of labor conditions on Tuberculosis and HIV co-infection in the gold mines of South Africa and Swaziland. Afterwards, Colleen Daniels, TB/HIV Project Director with the Treatment Action Group NY, will discuss the current state of epidemiological research on HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis and discuss how data on surveillance can inform health policy, advocacy and action. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served. A reception will follow.

Revisiting the AIDS Crisis and the Ongoing Epidemic, Health Challenges for the 21st Century is sponsored by The Department of Natural Science and Math/ Lang; Global Studies; Coming Out in the Developing World (CODW); Wellness and Health Promotion/ TNS Students Services; The Social Justice Initiative; Office of Intercultural Support; University Student Center; Thematic Interdisciplinary Programs (TIPS), Visual AIDS, New School for Public Engagement; The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at CUNY Graduate Center.