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Guide to the Sue Rochman Papers
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These files contain the research and notes of journalist Sue Rochman on HIV/AIDS and prison populations. Materials include correspondence from prisoners and prison activists, published articles, reports by government agencies and non-profit organizations, and handwritten notes from interviews, conversations, and readings. Most pertain to prisons in New York, California, Florida,Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, and Alabama and were created between 1988-1991.
Sue Rochman is a freelance health journalist from the San Francisco Bay Area specializing in oncology and HIV. She is a contributing editor for Mamm, editor-at-large for HIVPlus, medical editor for SusanLoveMD.com and has been a regular contributor to the Advocate, Training & Conditioning, GayHealth.com and numerous other publications.
3 folders (approximately .25 linear feet).
Copyright to unpublished manuscript materials created by the donor has been transferred to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.
Collection is open for research. Unless they indicate otherwise, names of correspondents are restricted for twenty years, until November 2, 2024, at the request of the donor.