“Henry Comes Knocking”: Video discloses absurdity of Court’s HIV non-disclosure rulings

So our AAN! posts about the recent Supreme Court of Canada HIV non-dislcosure decisions have been wordy–as we try to think through, unpack, and “reason with” the (il)logic of the decisions. Forms of creation other than the written word can often serve to illuminate flawed logic and injustice, and do so in a powerful way.  The history of AIDS activism is replete with funny, angry, heart-breaking, unsettling, beautiful and moving images and performance.  So we thought we would let you know about a short video from Toronto graphic artist Raymond Helkio (@raymondhelkio).  This short video is titled Henry Comes Knocking–check it out here.

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