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Guide to the STOP AIDS Project records, 1985-2011

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Founded in 1984 (non-profit status attained, 1985), the STOP AIDS Project is a community-based organization dedicated to the prevention of HIV transmission among gay, bisexual and transgender men in San Francisco. Throughout its history, the STOP AIDS Project has been overwhelmingly successful in meeting its goal of reducing HIV transmission rates within the San Francisco Gay community through innovative outreach and education programs. The STOP AIDS Project has also served as a model for community-based HIV/AIDS education and support, both across the nation and around the world. The STOP AIDS Project records are comprised of behavioral risk assessment surveys; social marketing campaign materials, including HIV/AIDS prevention posters and flyers; community outreach and workshop materials; volunteer training materials; correspondence; grant proposals; fund development materials; administrative records; photographs; audio and video recordings; and computer files.

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Identifier
9g54xh87z
Collection
Discovery Resources
Institution
Stanford University Special Collections
Creator(s)
McNulty, Rebecca
Williams, Laura
Date Created
Oct. 2012
Dates Covered
1985 to 2011
Genre
Finding Aids
Subject(s)
Dan Wohlfeiler
Larry L. Bye
Sam B. Puckett
Steven Abbott
Places
California > Santa Clara County > Stanford
Topic(s)
AIDS activists
AIDS awareness
AIDS information centres
HIV-positive persons
HIV/AIDS
Transgender people
Resource Type
Text
Language
English
Related URL
http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8v125bx/?query=aids
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