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Dr. Migalski Featured in Chicago Magazine for Activism

In the Media | 04.07.20

In April of 1990, Adler University professor and LGBTQ activist Steven Migalski, Psy.D., participated in the National AIDS Action for Healthcare, one of the biggest AIDS demonstrations in history. Migalski was recently featured with nine other activists in a 30-year anniversary article of the event for Chicago Magazine.

The Chicago chapter of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, known as ACT UP, hosted the weekend of rallies and protests that brought together more than a thousand protestors. “I knew I was part of something bigger than myself,” Migalski said.

Read more in the Chicago Magazine article, “They Were Warriors” by Rebecca Makkai.

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