In the collaboration between History Moves and WIHS Chicago, this book is the first output that aggregates the personal stories into a shared history—using the methods of design to translate …Read More →
In Plain Sight: A Women’s History of HIV/AIDS in Chicago In Fall 2015, students from the University of Cincinnati worked with the women of WIHS Chicago to present their …Read More →
Through a participatory process that included workshops, collaborative working sessions, the use of specially designed history-making toolkits and plenty of candid dialogue, the History Moves team worked with the women …Read More →
In 2015, the History Moves team partnered with Chicago participants in the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS). Established in 1993, WIHS is the world’s longest running clinical research study on women living with HIV. As one of six original sites across the US, the Chicago program includes women who have been participating in the study for over 20 years.
Use the links to the right to explore History Moves’ collaboration with the Women’s Interagency HIV Study in ChicagoRead More →