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Activist Hopes to Launch a Wave of HIV Literature


With your donations, Plus contributor Khafre Kujichagulia Abif hopes to bring forth stories from often marginalized communities. And there's only one day left!  

Plus contributor, Khafre Kujichagulia Abif, hopes to launch a self-publishing company to bring forth additions to HIV literary history.

Not Our Status But Our Stories has one more day left to reach its goal of $2,500 via IndieGoGo.

“The goal of Not Our Status But Our Stories is to self-publish to new contributions to AIDS literary history,” the campaign states. “To bring forth voices, stories and books from often marginalized communities which is inclusive of genre, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability.”

Organizers go on to say that the Impact of Not Out Status But Our Stories will create and build community through publishing where “a person is a person through other people' strikes an affirmation of one’s humanity through recognition of an ‘other’ in his or her uniqueness and difference.”

To learn how you can donate, visit IndieGoGo.

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