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GMHC founder Larry Mass spills the dirt and names names about a controversy from the early years of the epidemic.
Part of the soundtrack to “Alita: Battle Angel,” the empowering single is one of the most played new songs on Spotify.
The 1988 “Seize Control of the FDA” AIDS protest forced major change and announced the arrival of ACT UP. Original activists discuss it.
A provocative interview with author Sarah Schulman also reveals the most pressing issues facing gay people and the HIV community.
The dance collective reflects on holistic health, performance and the power of representation.
Filmmaker David France’s (“How to Survive a Plague”) new documentary shows the dangerous gulf between trans women and the LGBT spectrum.
He conquered Broadway, YouTube and Oz. Now he’s helping “Positively Fearless” tackle HIV in the Black community.
David France’s nonfiction account of early AIDS activism envisioned as a “medical thriller.”
VICE interviews France about his HIV/AIDS film, and it’s impact on activism today.
Here’s an excerpt from David France’s HIV/AIDS book, plus Andrew Sullivan’s New York Times review.
Watch nonfiction DVDs that explore the topic of HIV/AIDS.
Writer-turned-activist Victoria Noe reflects on her initial decision to get involved in the early fight against HIV/AIDS
I am not mad at McConaughey. He rescued a dead script from obscurity and breathed life into the performance.
People who have lived with HIV/AIDS for 25 years or more are battle-scarred and full of survival savvy.
It starts at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 24. Go to lincolncenter.org/watch to catch the show.
One can easily connect dots from the activists shown in the Oscar nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague to these treatment advocates
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