Unfortunately we have had to postpone this event because of the lockdown regulations. Thank you for everyones support particularly all at The Glory – and everyone fighting for healthcare for all! Have a fab few weeks and lets start 2012 with a bang! If you have paid for tickets and need a refund please do not hesitate to get in contact on firstname.lastname@example.org – ACT UP! FIGHT BACK! 🙂
Everyone is welcome to the ‘United in Anger’ film screening and Q+A with Aids Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) London activists on lessons between the pandemics and how we can fighting for healthcare for everyone.
Saturday December 19th 2-5pm at The Glory – 281 Kingsland Road, E2 8AS London, UK
Please join us. Donations go to local HIV+ support centres. There are limited spaces due to pandemic restrictions so please register here at Outsavvy or email ASAP to reserve your space: email@example.com – facebook event page here
Due to lockdown, this is a belated World AIDS Day event but World AIDS Day should really be 365 days a year until the original mission of ACT UP is done – access to healthcare for all.
Government inaction has caused millions of deaths throughout the global AIDS pandemic and we don’t want to see the same greed and inequality happen continue in the Corona pandemic.
At the same time everyone who has lived through stigma or hasn’t been able to access healthcare should stand together and ‘Remember the Dead – Fight for the Living’ and fight for the National Health Service ‘Until there is Healthcare for All’.
United in Anger: A History of ACT UP is a 2012 documentary film directed by Jim Hubbard about the beginning and progress of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people fighting the epidemic. Archival footage with oral histories of members of ACT UP depicts the history of civil disobedience against corporate greed, social indifference, and government negligence in the face of AIDS. Producers Jim Hubbard and Sarah Schulman created a documentary film that captures the efforts of ACT UP to remove the stigma associated with AIDS, fast track experimental drug research and testing, and provide a context for the devastating effects of the epidemic. Film includes several actions by ACT UP: Seize Control of the FDA, Stop the Church and Day of Desperation.
ACT UP London is a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals united in anger and committed to direct action to end the HIV pandemic, along with the broader inequalities and injustices that perpetuate it.
And in a time of continuing stigma, silence, and isolation, we combat discrimination against and promote the visibility and leadership of those living with HIV and AIDS.
Remembering that HIV & AIDS is foremost a political crisis, as well as a medical emergency, we will use every means possible to call out and contain this pandemic.
We are STILL not silent.
If you would like to be involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. All info at www.actuplondon.wordpress.com
The Glory has implemented various safety measures as outlined by the Government to ensure the safety of performers, customers, and our employees. App ordering, table service, CV19 cleansing, and distancing are in place to limit risk without hindering your enjoyment. You are legally required to ‘sign in’ to this venue using our app or you will be refused admittance. Tickets for events now have to be reserved by the table, so get your household &/or support bubble together and enjoy your evening.