Metanoia: Transformation through AIDS Archives and Activism is an online exhibit of community-based responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis, highlighting the contributions of "Black cis and trans women, and cis and trans women of color impacted by HIV, many of whom have had experiences within the criminal justice system." There are several sections to the exhibit: "Contemporary Activism," "Activism in Central California," "AIDS Archive Activism," and "Women's Inclusion." The Contemporary Activism section presents interviews with activists like Nathylin Flowers Adesegun, member-leader with VOCAL-NY, and Yue Begay, an indigenous transgender woman of the Dine (Navajo), who is Program Coordinator of the Red Circle Project at APLA Health. Visitors can read profiles of these and other activists and listen to interviews where they discuss their backgrounds and their work. Other sections of the exhibit include materials such as flyers, meeting notes, bumper stickers, and newsletters from historical and contemporary activism. Readers can also follow the exhibit on Instagram (@metanoiaehibit).