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
The work of the Invisible Histories Project is made possible by our amazing partners, our financial supporters, and individuals like you. Special thanks go out to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for their continued support for the preservation of LGBTQ Deep South history and this project and AIDS Alabama for being the home of the IHP office in Birmingham.