Sean Strub spoke about his book, Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, AIDS, Sex and Survival, at Politics & Prose on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Strub started his political career running the Senate elevator in 1976; by the 1990s he was involved in ACT UP and had demonstrated at St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the home of Jessie Helms. Strub, seriously ill himself, never stopped fighting on behalf of AIDS patients, and continues his advocacy with POZ magazine, extensive speaking engagements, and, now, this powerful memoir.
BODY COUNTS by Sean Strub
January 28, 2014