References are indexed by the interview subject and the corresponding page in their transcript. For instance, "1960's 2/63" means that the 1960's is referred to by the interview subject, Robert Vazquez-Pacheco (Interview 002, or 2/) on page 63 of his full transcript. Individual indexes are available for each interview subject in the Interviews section.

2/ Robert Vazquez-Pacheco
3/ Moises Agosto


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1960's 2/63

1981 2/1,2/2

1985 2/7

1986 2/3, 2/7, 2/48; 3/3

1987 2/51; 3/3

1988 3/7

1989 2/24, 2/52; 3/7, 3/10

1991 3/29, 3/34

1992 3/29, 3/30

1993 3/30

1995 2/27, 2/44

Abstinence 3/38

Academia 3/6, 3/9

Access (See Buyers Clubs) 2/26, 2/27, 2/32, 2/33, 2/34, 2/40, 2/44, 2/45; 3/3-19, 3/25, 3/27, 3/29, 3/30, 3/31
   In ACT UP 3/23, 3/24, 3/25, 3/26, 3/28, 3/40
   Price of Treatment 2/31, 2/44

ACTUP Actions
   Seize Control of the FDA 2/18, 2/19, 2/20, 2/21
   Day of Desperation 3/17, 3/39 ("Day of Devastation")
   Stop The Church 3/7
   Wall Street II 2/19

ACTUP Affinity Groups
   Wave Three 2/15, 2/45

ACTUP and Art (See: Creative Time, El Museo del Barrio, Gran Fury, Red Hot and Blue,)
   Advertising 2/57
   Art schools 2/57
   Art World 2/61
   Conferences 2/56
   Galleries 2/62
      Wessel and O'Conner 2/62
   Members 2/56

ACT UP Campaigns
   Changing the CDC Definition of AIDS 3/28
   "Drugs Into Bodies" 2/63
   "El gobierno tiene sangre en sus manos" 3/15
   "Kissing Dosen't Kill" 2/57
   "Silence Equals Death" (See "Silence Equals Death" Project) 3/14

ACTUP Committees and Caucuses 2/17,
   Alternative Therapies Committee 3/35
   Asian Pacific Islander Caucus 2/15
   Coordinating Committee/Steering Committee 2/15, 2/17, 2/18, 2/22, 2/24, 2/28, 2/30, 2/55
   Fundraising 2/28
   
Gran Fury 2/24, 2/53, 2/55, 2/56, 2/57, 2/58, 2/59, 2/60, 2/61, 2/62
   
Latino/Latina Caucus 2/15, 2/25; 3/11-17, 3/19, 3/20, 3/27
   Housing (See
Housing Works) 2/27, 2/45
   Insurance 2/26; 3/27
   Majority Action Committee 2/13, 2/14, 2/15, 2/45, 2/47, 2/55; 3/9, 3/11, 3/27
   Media Committee, 2/15
   Needle Exchange 2/27; 3/16, 3/17, 3/18
   Spanish Communications Committee 3/10, 3/14, 3/15
   Treatment and Data Committee 2/15, 2/45, 2/54; 3/10, 3/23, 3/24, 3/25, 3/26, 3/27
   Women's Caucus 2/25

ACT UP Culture 2/7, 2/12, 2/14, 2/16, 2/28, 2/30
   Attitudes towards illness 2/16, 2/23, 2/28; 3/31, 3/33, 3/36
   Attitudes towards science 2/35, 2/37, 2/41, 2/43, 2/54; 3/21, 3/24, 3/25, 3/26, 3/36
   Attitudes towards AIDS professionalism 3/31, 3/37
   Class 2/45, 2/54, 2/63; 3/12
   Cruising 2/28
   Dancing 3/32
   Dating 2/30, 2/47
   Death 3/34
   Drugs 2/63; 3/35, 3/36
   Dying 3/33, 3/34
   Friendship 2/9, 2/47; 3/32
   Fun 3/32
   HIV Distinctions 3/33
   Medication 2/32; 3/23, 2/24
   Mental Health 3/34
   Parenting 3/12
   Power 3/33, 3/34, 3/40
   Race 2/47, 2/53, 2/56; 3/9-12, 3/17, 3/25-28, 3/33
   Relationships 2/29, 2/57
   Roomates 2/52
   Safe Sex 3/33
   Self-education 2/19; 3/36
   Sex 2/17, 2/28, 2/29, 2/48; 3/33, 3/34
   The "Swim Team" 2/29

ACTUP Finances 2/17, 2/28
   Travel, 2/36
   Funding 2/57, 2/61
   Support of Projects 3/14

ACT UP First Anniversary Party 2/7

ACTUP's Image 2/28; 3/14, 3/15

ACTUP -Influences and Influence 2/63; 3/21, 3/26, 3/27, 3/30, 3/39

ACT UP and IV Drug Users (See Needle Exchange) 2/63; 3/16, 3/17, 3/19

ACTUP Leadership 2/10, 2/15; 3/17, 3/27

ACTUP Members' Demographics (self-reported)
   Assessment of ACT UP 2/63; 3/28, 3/39
   Assessment of AIDS at time of interview 3/37
   AIDS Medications/Treatments 2/27, Class 2/45,
   Class 3/3
   Cultural background's effect on work in ACT UP 2/11; 3/25-28
   Drug Use 2/45,
   Housing 2/1, 2/3; 3/1
   Education 2/45; 3/3, 3/4, 3/5, 3/6
   Employment 2/1, 2/5, 2/15; 3/6, 3/10, 3/37
   Ethnicity 2/3; 3/1, 3/2, 3/3, 3/4, 3/5, 3/6, 3/7, 3/8, 3/9
   First Experience of ACT UP 2/7, 2/10,
   HIV status 2/19; 3/5, 3/7, 3/10
   Organizing Styles, 2/47, 2/57; 3/14, 3/29
   Political Histories before ACT UP 2/4 Sexuality, 2/1, 2/17, 2/50 Skills brought to ACTUP 2/12, 2/35, 2/56
   Religion 3/7, 3/8
   Sexuality 3/1
   Skills brought to ACTUP 3/14

ACT UP and Media 3/14, 3/15, 3/20

ACTUP Meetings 2/10, 2/12
   At The Center 3/7
   At Cooper Union 3/20

ACTUP National Healthcare and 2/34

ACTUP Nonprofits with roots in ACTUP
   TAG (Treatment Activist Group) 2/15, 2/16, 2/35, 2/53, 2/54; 3/32, 3/40
      perceptions of within ACTUP 2/19, 2/35, 2/42, 2/45, 2/52, 2/53, 2/55
   
Housing Works 2/27, 2/45, 2/63

ACTUP People of color in (see also Majority Action, Latino Caucus, API Caucus and Agosto, Moises -Alvarez, Marina- Alderson, Ortez- Cylar, Keith-De la Cruz, Iris- Flash, Lola- Garcia, Robert-Tolentino, Julie- Williams, Dan) 2/12, 2/13, 2/14, 2/25, 2/26, 2/27, 2/37, 2/55; 3/9, 3/10, 3/11, 3/12, 3/14, 3/15, 3/17, 3/19, 3/25, 28, 36
   Scepticism with ACT UP 3/30

ACT UP People With AIDS in (See Agosto, Moises- Alderson, Ortiz- Barr, David - Bordowitz, Gregg, Harrington, Mark- Staley, Peter- Vasquez-Pacheco, Robert)

ACTUP Political Analysis 2/33, 2/34

   Movement Building 3/20

ACT UP Puerto Rico 3/12, 3/13, 3/14, 3/15, 3/16, 3/17, 3/19

ACT UP Relationships
   Relationships with AIDS Organizations 3/17-19, 3/21, 3/22
   Relationships with Historical Movements 3/39
   Relationships with Gay and Lesbian Organizations 3/21, 3/22
   Relationships with Government 2/36; 3/14
   Relationships with Pharmaceuticals 2/45

ACT UP's Split 3/40, 3/41

ACTUP Strategies 2/19, 2/20
   Internal 3/28, 3/29

ACTUP Structure
   At-large Representatives 2/14, 2/47 Elections 2/14, Meeting Structure 2/12, 2/18
   Membership 2/14, 2/16, 2/17, 2/18, 2/27 Monday Night Meeting 2/10, 2/30
   Organizational 2/14, 2/15, 2/16, 2/22 Power structure 2/10, 2/24, 2/25, Treasurer 47

ACTUP Tactics
   Arrests 2/18, 2/22, 2/24, 2/65
   Bar Recruitment 3/14, 3/15
   Billboards 2/60
   Chants 2/21
   Direct Action 2/11, 2/17, 2/18, 2/21; 3/15, 3/19, 3/21
   Demonstrations 3/12, 3/15
   Marshals 2/18, 2/19, 2/21, 2/22, 2/23, 2/25
   Marching 2/21; 3/15
   Moving Demo/Moving Picket 2/21, 2/22
   Non-Violence 2/21
   Public Art 2/59, 2/60
   Stickers 2/57; 3/14, 3/15
   Teach-ins 2/19, 2/53

ACTUP Treatment Activism 2/5, 2/44
   ACTG (AIDS Clinical Trial Groups) 2/34, 2/35, 2/37, 2/38; 3/24
      Pharmacology Group 2/35; 3/23, 3/24
   CCG Community Constituency Group 2/34, 2/35, 2/39, 2/41, 2/42
   Changing CDC Definition of AIDS 2/25
   Changing Drug Approval Process 2/18
   Clinical Trials 2/35; 3/25
   Compassionate Use 2/20
   Expanded access 2/19, 2/34
   Fast Track (Accelerated approval process) 3/26
   Long Term Safety Studies 3/26
   Protocals 3/21

ACTUP Women in (see also Alvarez, Marina- Bauer, Amy- Danzig, Alexis- De la Cruz, Iris- Dorow, Heidi, Flash, Lola- Levine, Debbie- Maggenti, Maria - Tolentino, Julie- Wolfe, Maxine) 2/11, 2/14, 2/25, 2/26; 3/11, 3/12, 3/17, 3/28

Adam 2/29

Africa 2/45

African-Americans 3/25

African-American Organizations 3/21

Agosto, Moises 2/37, 2/38, 2/41, 2/52

AIDS (See Death, People With AIDS, Treatment,)
   Comparison with other illnesses 3/3
   Denial 2/1, 2/23; 3/2, 3/3
   Diagonsis 2/2, 2/3, 2/5, 2/8, 2/19, 2/51; 3/3
   Deterioration 2/4
   Differences in Different Communities 2/14, 2/24; 3/1-41
   First Experience 2/1, 2/2; 3/1-3
   First Knowledge of 2/1, 2/2; 3/1
   Isolation 2/4; 3/3
   as a Managable Illness 3/38
   Relationships 3/2
   Sex 3/2
   Sickness 2/3
   Suffering 2/3
   T-Cells 3/5, 3/10
   Testing 3/2, 3/3, 3/5

AIDS Funding
   New York City 3/19
   National 3/22
   International

AIDS- International Conferences (See Amsterdam, Berlin, Montreal)

AIDS- OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS/Symptoms 2/5
   Cholesterol 2/51
   Fevers 2/44
   Idiopathic 2/44
   KS (Kaposi's Sarcoma) 2/1, 2/2, 2/3, 2/33
   Pelvic Inflammatory Disease 2/25
   Weight Loss 2/44

"AIDS CZAR" 3/14

'AIDS MEDS' website- ("WebMed") 2/52; 3/32

Alderson, Ortez 2/12, 2/15

Alvarez, Marina 2/25; 3/11, 3/12, 3/17, 3/19

Amsterdam 2/53

Anger 2/11, 2/12, 2/23

Associated Press (AP) 3/14

AZT 3/24
   African Americans and 2/32
   Anemia and 2/32
   Approval 2/32
   Clinical Trials 2/32
   Decision to take 2/33; 3/10

Barr, David 2/53; 3/21, 3/27

Bars/Clubs 2/45
   The Bar 2/48
   The Pyramid 3/32

Bauer, Amy 2/25

Berlin 2/61

Black, Roger 3/6

Books 3/3, 3/4, 3/5, 3/6

Bordowitz, Gregg 2/30, 2/45, 2/47; 3/17

Boston 3/5

Bowen, Peter 2/58

Breast Cancer 3/39

CDC (Center for Disease Control)
   Changing the Definition of AIDS 2/25

Candido 3/11

Capitalism 2/34

Carrasco, Cesar 3/11

Chicago 2/13, 2/59

Civil Rights Movement 3/39

Class (see ACT UP: Members' Demographics) 2/33, 2/34, 2/35, 2/47, 2/48

Coalitions
   With Hemophiliacs 2/38
   with People of Color 2/53

Collaboration 2/60

Collectives 2/60

Colonialism 3/13

Columbus, Ohio 2/56

Community 2/4; 3/2, 3/4, 3/19, 3/21

Community Access (organization) 3/37

Community Health Project (CHP) 3/7, 3/10

Cox, Spencer 3/27

Creative Time 2/55

Cruelty
   Familial 2/6,
   Institutional 2/11

Cylar, Keith 2/27

Dallas 2/48

Danzig, Alexis 2/25

Death
   ACTUP members 3/12, 3/34
   Alderson, Ortez, 2/15
   Dying 2/40
   Friends 3/4, 3/34
   Lovers 2/11
   Mentors 3/4, 3/34

De la Cruz, Iris ('Iris With the Virus') 2/25

De Leon, Dennis 3/36

Delaney, Martin 3/5, 3/21

Democracy 3/29, 3/38

Derrida 3/6

Diaz, Marlene 3/12

Doctors 2/1, 2/4, 2/7, 2/20, 2/32; 3/5, 3/7, 3/10

Donald 2/58

Dorow, Heidi 2/58

Education 2/26, 2/27, 2/37, 2/42, 2/56
   Patient Education 3/37

Eigo, Jim 3/27

El Museo del Barrio 2/55, 2/56

Elovich, Richard 2/56; 3/16, 3/17

Emily 2/14

Finklestein, Avrum 2/45, 2/56

Gold, David 2/54

Health Gap 2/45

Housing 2/13

FDA (Food and Drug Administration) (See: ACTUP Actions: Seize Control of the FDA, ACTUP Treatment Activism) 2/18, 2/19, 2/20, 2/21, 2/31, 2/45

Family
   Abandonement 2/6, 2/7; 3/3
   Fear of 3/1
   Support 2/6

Fauci, Anthony (See NIAID) 2/36; 3/23, 3/24, 3/25

Fernando 3/8, 3/11

Fidelino, Jose 2/58

Flash, Lola 2/58

Finklestein, Avram 2/10

Fraser-Howze, Deborah 3/22

Fundacion SIDA 3/5

Fornataro, Ken 2/29; 3/18

Franco, Joe 3/8, 3/11

GLBT Community Services Center of New York (The Center) 2/7, 2/10; 3/7

GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered) Switchboard of New York 2/4, 2/11, 2/33

GLAMA (Gay and Lesbian Medical Association) 2/49

GMHC (Gay Men's Health Crisis) 2/5; 3/38

GRID (Gay Related Immune Deficiency) 2/3

Garcia, Robert 2/13; 3/8, 3/11, 3/36

Gay Circles 2/10

Gay Men
   Gay White Men 2/26
   Identity 3/1

Gold, David

Gonzalez, Alfredo 3/19

Government (See TREATMENTS: ACTG, TREATMENTS: CCG, CDC, FDA, NIH, NAIAD) 2/35, 2/36

Greenberg, Jon 3/35, 3/36

Grief 2/3, 2/27

Harrington, Mark 2/52, 2/54; 3/21, 3/26

Harvard 3/4

Health Care 3/27

Health Gap

Hemophilia 2/38

Hernandez, Carmen 3/11, 3/12

Hispanic AIDS Forum 3/17, 3/18, 3/19

Holtzer, Jenny 2/61

Homophobia
   Childhood experiences of 2/58
   Representation and 2/58

Hopelessness 3/34

Hospitalization 2/7, 2/11, 2/12
   New York Hospital 2/2, 2/3, 2/11

Housing (See Housing Works) 2/37, 2/52

Housing and Human Services Dept. (HHS) 3/13

Immigrants
   In ACT UP 3/25

Insurance
   Health Insurance 3/3

Inter-racial relationships 2/3, 2/57

IV (Intravenous) Drug Users 2/27, 2/57; 3/16, 3/17, 3/19, 3/27, 3/38

Japan 2/31

Jeff 2/1-8, 2/33, 2/48

Jews 2/3, 2/6

Kalin, Tom 2/56, 2/58, 2/59

Killen, Jack 3/23

Kirschenbaum, David 2/9, 2/10, 2/27, 2/47

Kruger, Barbara 2/61

Latinos (See Puerto Ricans, Mexicans) 2/37, 2/39, 2/41, 2/42, 2/54; 3/6, 3/36
   Differences between 3/36
   In Act Up 3/9, 3/11-17, 3/19, 3/20, 3/25, 3/26, 3/36
   Latino Organizations 3/21, 3/29

Latino Commission on AIDS 3/29, 3/30

Latino Treatment Issues Group 3/29

Ledesma, Juan 2/41, 2/42

Lein, Bremda 2/38

Lesbians 2/24

Levine, Debbie 2/15, 2/25, 2/47, 2/55, 2/56

Lindell, John 2/58

Lisarri, Jorge 3/16

Literacy 3/6, 3/10

Living With AIDS 3/3, 3/4

Los Angeles 2/41, 2/42

Maggenti, Maria 2/10, 2/25, 2/58

Mark 2/56, 2/58

McAlpin, Loring 2/56, 2/61

McCarty, Marlene 2/56

Media 2/15
   New York Times 2/1
      first AIDS article 2/1, 2/2

Mendez, Juan 3/11

Mexicans 2/41

Maldonado De Leon, Miguelena 3/17, 3/38

Minority Task Force on AIDS 2/36, 2/37

Moffet, Donald 2/56, 2/61

Montreal 2/61

Museum of Contemporary Art 2/61

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 3/39

National Association of People With AIDS 3/37

National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS 3/22

National Commission on AIDS 3/13

NAIAD (National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases) (See Fauci, Anthony) 2/35, 2/36; 3/21, 3/23

NIH (National Institutes of Health) 2/35; 3/21, 3/30

National Latino Lesbian and Gay Organization 3/21, 3/22, 3/30

National Minority AIDS Council 3/30, 3/31, 3/37
   Treatment Advocacy and Treatment Education Department 2/52

Nesline, Michael 2/56

New York City
   Association with AIDS 3/2
   Bronx 2/59; 3/6, 3/12, 3/19
   Chelsea 3/1
   City Politics 3/19
   Downtown 2/7
   Harlem 2/1, 2/52
   Long Island City 2/3
   Lower Eastside 2/48
   Queens 2/3
   Upper Eastside 2/48,
   Upper Westside 2/1, 2/4, 2/48

New York Post 2/59

O'Conner 3/3

Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
   Puerto Rico 3/16

PWAs (People With Aids)
   Activists 2/42
   Attitudes towards prevention 2/49, 2/50; 3/19
   Children and 2/6
   Depression 3/3, 3/4
   Determination of 3/3
   Disclosure 2/50, 2/51; 3/2, 3/3
   Identity 2/49, 2/50, 2/51; 3/8
   Images of 2/51
   Relationships with 2/1, 2/3, 2/7; 3/2
   Stigma towards 2/57
   Women With AIDS (See
Women) 2/25, 2/64; 3/11, 3/12, 3/17

People With AIDS Coalition (PWAC) (See: SIDAhora) 3/17, 3/23, 3/30

People of Color (see Asian Pacific Islander Caucus, Latino/Latina Caucus, Majority Action Committee, Puerto Ricans) 2/12, 2/13, 2/14, 2/15, 2/26, 2/27, 2/32,
   Access to drugs 2/40
   Attitudes about Treatment 3/36
   CCG and Leadership Development 2/41; 3/38

PWA Health Group 2/24, 2/26, 2/31, 2/36

Petrelis, Michael 2/22

Pharmaceutical Companies 2/34
   Direct Action 2/21

Pharmacists 2/35; 3/37

Pharmacology Made Easy 3/23

Police
   New York Police Department 2/18, 2/21, 2/22

Pope (the) 2/61

Popo (see Luis Santiago) 3/11

Porter, Cole 2/59

Poverty 2/26, 2/34, 2/38, 2/55; 3/6, 3/27

Prevention 2/37, 2/50
   condoms 2/37
   organizing prevention 2/48, 3/18, 3/19
   Safe sex 2/48, 2/54

Process 2/60

Project Inform 2/38; 3/32

Public Art Fund 2/60

Puerto Ricans (see Latino/Latina Caucus, Majority Action Committee, People of Color) 2/3, 2/24, 2/25, 2/32; 3/1, 3/3, 3/5, 3/6, 3/7
   ACT UP Members 3/8, 3/9
   AIDS Organizing 3/4, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14, 3/15, 3/16
   Class 3/8
   Drug Users 3/16, 3/17, 3/19
   La Perla 3/16
   Perceptions of AIDS 3/2
   Race 3/8
   San Juan 3/15
   Support Groups 3/4
   Testing in 3/3

Racism 2/33, 2/53, 2/54, 2/56; 3/8, 3/9, 3/25, 3/28, 3/30
   Psychological consequences 3/36

Reagan, Ronald 3/37

Red Diaper Babies 2/45

Red, Hot, and Blue 2/59

Researchers 2/34, 2/39, 2/40, 2/44

Russo, Vito 2/7

San Franciso 2/1, 2/2

Santiago, Luis (Popo) 3/11, 3/20

Santini, Jose 3/14, 3/19

Seroconversion 2/50

Sex 3/2

Sexism 2/33; 3/28

SIDAhora 3/23, 3/29

Signorile, Michelangelo 2/15

Social Service 3/11
   Attitudes towards 2/11
   Service organizations 2/53; 3/19

Solis, Mario 3/22

Spanish 2/39, 2/56; 3/6, 3/8, 3/10, 3/14

Staley, Peter 2/52; 3/21, 3/27

Stoneybrook 3/6, 3/9

Sullivan, Louis 3/13, 3/15

Support Groups 2/7, 2/10; 3/4

Support Systems 2/6

Testing The Limits 2/30

Tolentino, Julie 2/58

Translations 2/39; 3/6, 3/7, 3/8, 3/9, 3/10

Treatment (See Access, AZT, Pharmaceutical Companies) 2/3, 2/4, 2/5, 2/15, 2/33, 2/44, 2/50
   Activists (not ACT UP) 2/42, 2/44
   Accupuncture 2/23
   AL721 (Egg Lipids) 2/31, 2/32
   Amphotericin 2/31
   Buyers' Clubs 2/26, 2/31
   Chemotherapy 2/3, 2/5, 2/33
   Clinical Trials 2/19, 2/20, 2/38; 3/21, 3/22
   Compassionate Use 2/20
   d4T 3/24
   DDI 3/24
   Decision to begin 2/44
   Dextran Sulfate 2/31
   Drug Resistance 2/44
   Epivir 2/51
Exercise 3/3
   Expanded Access 2/32
   Fortovase 2/51
   Hydroxyurea 3/32
   Kaletra 3/32
   Lipitor 2/51
   Marijuana 2/33
   Norvir 3/32
   Non-nucleocides 3/24
   Pharmacokinetic 3/24
   Protease Inhibitors 3/24, 3/26, 3/32
   RTI 3/32
   Therapy 3/4
   Vitamins 3/2, 3/3, 3/36
   Zerit 3/32
   Ziagen 2/51; 3/32

Uadala, Lydia 3/11, 3/12, 3/17

Vaccine 2/54

Vasquez-Pacheco, Robert 3/8, 3/11

Venice Biennale 2/61

Video 2/59
   Video Activism (See
Testing The Limits)

Washingtin, DC 2/38; 3/22, 3/30

Welfare 3/6

White Men 2/26

Williams, Dan 2/13

Williams, Reggie 3/30

Wolfe, Maxine 2/10, 2/25, 2/45

Women (See People With AIDS) 2/10, 2/11, 2/14, 2/25, 2/26
   Access to drugs 2/40
   Campaign to change the CDC Definition of AIDS 2/25
   Welfare and 3/6
   Women With AIDS in ACT UP 3/11, 3/12, 3/17
   Mothers With AIDS 3/12

Women's Health Movement 2/63