Contact tracing's long, turbulent history holds lessons for COVID-19

Trust in the confidentiality of contact tracing broke down during the AIDS epidemic. Today, it's faltering again.

Ronald Bayer, Professor Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University • conversation
July 16, 2020 ~10 min

Tags: health covid-19 coronavirus history pandemic surveillance contact-tracing sexually-transmitted-diseases aids syphilis stds

How the Stonewall riots changed health care

"Without Stonewall we would have no AIDS activism, and without AIDS activism we would have no marriage equality..."

Michelle Edelstein-Rutgers • futurity
June 24, 2019 ~1 min

Tags: history discrimination united-states aids featured health-and-medicine lgbtq

Democracy now | MIT News

Political scientist Evan Lieberman studies ethnic identity and African politics.

Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office • mit
June 14, 2016 ~8 min

Tags:  africa  brazil  profile  research  government  faculty  political-science  shass  taxes  aids

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