Webcasts of the many conference sessions will be available to watch online (not available until the sessions take place) via the Kaiser Family Foundation’s AIDS 2012 page.
The AIDS 2012 Website has lots of info including:
The International AIDS Society, which organized the conference, has proposed The Washington D.C. Declaration to “turn the tide” against the epidemic, which you can read and sign.
For Science News Coverage from AIDS 2012, see NAM AIDSmap’s AIDS 2012 page, which includes:
For Community Events, see AIDS 2012 Reunion, which lists events from film screenings to dance parties, that aren’t officially part of the conference.
Facebook users can check out the conference’s Facebook page.
Twitter users can follow updates at:
There are many Youth Organizations with web presences about AIDS 2012, including:
Many people have published Opinions & Commentary about AIDS 2012. Here are a few that may be of interest:
On July 24th, there will be a huge Activist Mobilization called We Can End AIDS outside the conference.
The following books and movies cover the AIDS epidemic from the perspectives of activists and social critics.
There is no one history of AIDS activism. For some tellings of the history, see
For many more personal accounts, see TheBody.com’s collection of HIV/AIDS Activist Profiles & Personal Accounts, and their collection of HIV/AIDS Activist Obituaries.
For further research, ACT UP New York has a bibliography of books and articles on the AIDS activism at their Research Info page.
For more information can on the history of AIDS activism in Philadelphia, see:
For news about AIDS activism, see TheBody.com’s webpage, HIV/AIDS Activism News.
There are many organizations that do activist work around the HIV/AIDS epidemic. To learn about their actions, join them, or support their causes, see the contact information at their websites: