The book, which was released in 2019 ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and during National Pride Month, is a moving historical account of what it means to come of age as a gay man in America, providing a nuanced personal account of the realities and challenges faced by three different generations of gay men: Stonewall, AIDS, and Queer.
Halkitis, who is trailblazer in the field of LGBTQ+ health, was one of the first psychologists to research and document the behavioral, mental health, and psychosocial issues related to HIV/AIDS and to address the challenges and needs of gay men across generations.
He is also a professor of biostatistics and urban-global public health and the Director of the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies. Halkitis holds degrees in psychology, education, and public health, which he uses to fiercely advocate for the health of all people and populations.
The Rutgers School of Public Health – New Jersey’s leading academic institution in public health – is committed to advancing health and wellbeing and preventing disease throughout New Jersey, the United States, and the world, by preparing students as public health leaders, scholars, and practitioners; conducting public health research and scholarship; engaging collaboratively with communities and populations; and actively advocating for policies, programs, and services through the lens of equity and social justice. Learn how the Rutgers School of Public Health is “keeping the ‘public’ in public health,” by visiting them at https://sph.rutgers.edu.
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