About the Book
One of the great, iconic struggles for social justice in the 21st century has been the campaign of the TAC against the state supported AIDS denialism in South Africa. This struggle between activists, scientists and health workers, on the one hand, and a strange alliance of dissidents, quacks and political leaders, on the other, is here recounted in absorbing and dramatic detail for the first time by an insider.
About the Author
Nathan Geffen has been on of the leaders of the TAC since 2000. He was also the editor of the TAC’s magazine Equal Treatment. He has written extensively on AIDS and human rights.