Gregg Gonsalves: Fighting for Social Justice in Health and Beyond

DATE & TIME: 6:30pm EDT March 21
The Politics and Human Rights department will welcome Yale Professor and HIV Advocate and Activist Gregg Gonsalves to campus for a discussion on public health activism and social justice.


About the Speaker: 

Gregg was a member of ACT UP New York and a co-founder of the Treatment Action Group (featured in the Academy Award nominated documentary, How to Survive a Plague). He is now an Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Public Health and a Lecturer and Research Scholar at the Yale Law School. In 2012, he co-founded the Global Health Justice Partnership (GHJP), a new initiative between Yale’s public health and law schools set up to explore the interface between human rights and public health, social justice and medicine and train a new generation of activists and scholars for the challenges ahead.


Monday, March 20, 2017: catch a viewing on campus of the award-winning documentary featuring Gonsalves, How to Survive a Plague.

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