HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project
Scope and Content
This collection contains materials from The HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project, which sought to document the response to the HIV/AIDS crisis in the Twin Cities from the 1980s through the 2000s. The collection contains born-digital audio and video interviews, written transcripts, and supporting materials. Interviews were conducted in two phases over the course of three years (2013-2016). The materials contained in this collection document the perspectives of HIV/AIDS caregivers on a wide range of topics related to the HIV/AIDS crisis, and capture key Minnesota HIV/AIDS community and care responses to the disease.
During Phase I, 10 participants were interviewed: Linda Brandt, Sharon Day, Brian Goodroad, Dr. Keith Henry, Sister Joanne Lucid, James Maurer, Dr. Michael Osterholm, Dr. Frank Rhame, Lorraine Teel, and Rob Yaeger.
During Phase II, 26 participants were interviewed: Roxanne Anderson, Dr. Jason Baker, Scott Bilodeau, Dr. Peter Carr, Jonathan Hanft, Dr. Laura Hoyt, Juan Jackson, Joe Larson, Clint Lende, Lee Lewis, Nick Metcalf, Ephraim Olani, Chuck Peterson, Sue Purchase, Dr. Miguel Ruiz, Karin Sabey, Dr. Ronald Schut, Sarah Senseman, Dr. Alvine Siaka, Bob Tracy, Gwen Velez, Chris Waller, Kevin Winge, and Dr. Monica Yugu.
- Creation: 2013-2016
- HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project (Organization)
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Items in this collection do not circulate and may be used in-house only. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
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Biographical Sketch or Historical Note
The HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project (2013-2016) was sponsored by the Hennepin History Museum (Phase I) and the Ramsey County Historical Society (Phase II) in an effort to bridge a gap in the historical record and to present a deeper understanding of the response to HIV and AIDS in the Twin Cities. The Oral History Project's core team included: Emil Angelica (Project Manager), Dr. Peter Carr (Public Health Advisor), Barbara W. Sommer (Oral Historian), Andrea Klein Bergman (Researcher and Report Creator), and Jaden (Jada) Hansen (Interviewer, Phase I). The project was made possible by Legacy funding from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund established by the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008, and administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
1 Linear Feet (1 linear foot) : One Paige box containing printed transcripts, correspondence, and other materials related to the administration of the project.
35 recordings : 35 audio recordings, 27 video recordings
This collection contains materials from The HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project, which sought to document the response to the HIV/AIDS crisis in the Twin Cities from the 1980s through the 2000s. The collection contains born-digital audio and video interviews, written transcripts, and supporting materials. Interviews were conducted in two phases over the course of three years (2013-2016). Collectively, these interview document a history of HIV/AIDS in the Twin Cities from the 1980s through the 2010s.
Note: Over the course of the project, contributors occasionally referred to this project by alternate names, including The HIV/AIDS Healthcare Providers Oral History Project and The HIV/AIDS Care Providers Oral History Project. The official name for the project is The HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project.
Source of acquisition
The HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project records were donated by the Hennepin History Museum (grantee, Phase I) and the Ramsey County Historical Society (grantee, Phase II).
This collection was processed by Tyler Gardner in 2015 as part of a project financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society. Additional descriptive work was completed by Olivia Copia in 2019. Additional final processing, video and audio editing, metadata revision, descriptive work, and finding aid editing was completed by Myra Billund-Phibbs in 2020, with video support assistance from Robin Margolis.
- Minnesota HIV AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project (Organization)
- HIV/AIDS Caregivers Oral History Project
- Tyler Gardner, Olivia Copia, and Myra Billund-Phibbs
- March 2015, April 2019, March 2020
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- Finding aid written in English