A Tlingit elder, and AIDS activist, reflects on living over 30 years with HIV

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Bill Hall

After facing stigma, and living for decades with HIV, Tlingit elder Bill Hall wants to ensure Indigenous people living with HIV experience care and compassion. His story is a harrowing remembrance of the unfair treatment and degradation of people living with HIV that is our history, as well as the life-altering influence of services that were provided in Seattle. It is also a testament to finding one’s purpose through hardship, and creating meaning that makes a difference.

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