This collection consists of material regarding the Clinton Administration’s handling of the global AIDS crisis. It contains correspondence, memoranda, talking points, drafts, invitations, background material, agendas and minutes, executive orders, speeches, informational packets, travel documents, emails, cables, reports, and press materials regarding a variety of issues related to the fight against HIV/AIDS. The topics addressed include the Haitian detention crisis, federal budget, foreign aid, collaboration with other governments, international agencies (such as WHO and the UN) and NGOs, international conferences, a Presidential Mission to Africa, pharmaceutical companies, tuberculosis, individual countries, and some crossover domestic issues, such as dealing with HIV positive persons in the US military and the inclusion of the virus as an excludable illness under the Immigration and Naturalization Act. The records of the National AIDS Policy Office make up the bulk of the collection.
White House Office of Records Management, Chief of the Staff , Office of the Counsel to the President, National AIDS Policy Office, National Security Council, Office of the Public Liaison, Automated Records Management System, Tape Restoration Project
915 folders in 57 boxes
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Clinton Presidential Records: WHORM: Alpha Project | Clinton Presidential Records: WHORM: Subject File | Clinton Presidential Records: WHORM: (OP) | Clinton Presidential Records: WHORM: Various Offices | Clinton Presidential Records: White House Staff and Office Files | Clinton Presidential Records: Automated Records Management System [Email] | Clinton Presidential Records: Tape Restoration Project [Email] | Clinton Presidential Records: NSC Cable, Email, and Records Management Systems
William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum