Monthly Books are on display at Willis Library, in the New Books area.


Remembering HIV + AIDS Survivors

Even as science progresses and awareness increases, old stigmas and falsehoods nevertheless continue to permeate our modern discourse. In a world of fake news, we must be vigilant and arm ourselves not only with accurate information but also kindness and compassion. Part of reducing stigma is unearthing and humanizing the experiences of those who have suffered from illnesses that are often misunderstood. This month, join Willis Library in celebrating the art of those who have lost their lives to HIV/AIDS and of those who are living with HIV today. 

"One of the best ways to fight stigma and empower HIV-positive people is by speaking out openly and honestly about who we are and what we experience." - Alex Garner

See the full list of titles on display this month.


The HIV Monologues     La Mollie and the King of Tears     Queer Art - A Freak Theory     Fashion Visionaries

In the Life     Ghost Image     The Livery Collar     Brother to Brother

Available at the Media Library

The Legend of Leigh Bowery     Holy Ghost People     The Universe of Keith Haring     Madonna: The Immaculate Collection

Pillow Talk     La Collectionneuse     Vito     Tongues Untied

Also on Display at Willis Library

Forum Exhibit

1st Floor Display 

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