It turns up in health class and sometimes in history books, but the scope of the AIDS epidemic is far off and fuzzy. Sam Wall takes a close look at the government failings and acts of courage. Unless you read accounts by survivors or queer scholars, the full impact of the crisis is lost. The reason for this is that the textbook accounts share the total number of dead, but they fail to capture how and why the virus was able to decimate the queer community in the way it did.
Following the release of Loren Rhoads new book, 199 Cemeteries to see before you Die.
Who is more likely to access a good death? Who is more likely to face a bad death? While tragic accidents tend to be great equalizers, we cannot make whole a death positive movement without addressing how privilege grants likelier access to a good death, and how oppression can position someone more likely to faceContinue reading “The Privilege of a Good Death”