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AIDS TIMELINE: A PROJECT FOR DAY WITHOUT ART 1990

This fragment of Group Material's AIDS TIMELINE is presented as a collaborative project for DAY WITHOUT ART 1990 by Visual AIDS and the following publications in their December issues: Afterimage, Art & Auction, Art in America, Art New England, Artforum, Arts, Contemporanea, High Perfomance, October, Parkett, and Shift.

1985

The Great Republic Insurance Company and the Lincoln National Life Insurance Company issue an “AIDS Profile” to their agents, instructing them to earmark applications from “single males without dependents that engage in occupations that do not require physical exertion.” These applicants are usually denied insurance.

Two protesters chain themselves to the Federal Office Building in San Francisco demanding that more money be allocated for AIDS research; and that ARC (AIDS Related Complex) patients be eligible for the same benefits as AIDS patients.

University of California

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