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ACT UP – AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power

“For meeting the challenge of the AIDS epidemic and its crisis of conscience with vigilant acts of political and cultural provocation    thereby giving voice to the essential creative will of our humanity.”

static.squarespace.comACT UP stands for the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. We are a diverse, non-partisan group, united in anger, and committed to ending the AIDS crisis through direct action. Since its inception, ACT UP has used a diversity of direct action tactics to address social inequities that threaten people living with HIV/AIDS and those at risk of infection, both in Philadelphia and around the world. The AIDS pandemic closely follows the fault lines of broader social injustice. We continue to strive to end the AIDS crisis within the context/ through a lens of ending health disparities that are a clear result of inequality and injustice.

actup-whitehouseACT UP Philadelphia is a group of individuals united in anger and committed to ending the AIDS crisis through direct action.

Want to get involved? Come to a meeting:

When: Every Monday night, 6-9pm
Where: St. Luke’s Church Basement, 330 S. 13th St, Between Pine & Spruce



Phone: 215-386-1981

Location: LAVA, 4134 Lancaster Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104

*This site is accessible via public transportation from the Bryn Mawr campus.

Please see transportation reimbursement policy.