AIDS TaskforceofAlabama

This report from 1990 was produced by the AIDS Task Force of Alabama. This report gave people a chance to talk about issues related to HIV infection, better safe sex practices for Queer and Trans people, and the latest research around HIV/AIDS.

Juanita Eskew, president of Lambda, Inc at the time, talks about what HIV/AIDS services existed in Birmingham, AL in the late 1980s. This includes a discussion of a program to try and get LGBTQ adoptions approved from babies born HIV positive.
Credit: Bob Huff
A letter from the Department of Health & Human Services from 1986 addresses a concern about the AIDS virus.
Credit: Birmingham Public Library Digital Collections, Ron Joullian Collection
This report from 1990 was produced by the AIDS Task Force of Alabama. This report gave people a chance to talk about issues related to HIV infection, better safe sex practices for Queer and Trans people, and the latest research around HIV/AIDS. Credit: Marianne Schmitz Collection
This report from 1990 was produced by the AIDS Task Force of Alabama. This report gave people a chance to talk about issues related to HIV infection, better safe sex practices for Queer and Trans people, and the latest research around HIV/AIDS.
Credit: Marianne Schmitz Collection
Credit: Kathie Hiers, Aids Alabama