Canadian born Theodore (ted) Kerr is a Brooklyn-based writer and organizer whose work focuses on HIV/AIDS and community. Before receiving his MA from Union Theological Seminary where he researched Christian Ethics and HIV, he was the programs manager at Visual AIDS. He is a founding member of the What Would An HIV Doula Do? collective, and his writing has appeared in POZ, The Advocate, WSQ, Lambda Literary, Drain, IndieWire, and Cineaste.
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