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AIDS Activism

The NAMES Project AIDS quilt, representing people who have died of AIDS, in front of the Washington Monument.

The NAMES Project AIDS Quilt, representing people who have died of AIDS, in front of the Washington Monument

Larry Kramer, writer and early AIDS activist, asserted his concerns in animated dialog between the AIDS community and people who guided government policy.

Larry Kramer, writer and early AIDS activist, asserted his concerns in animated dialog between the AIDS community and people who guided government policy

AIDS activists organized to spur AIDS research and to make experimental treatments more widely available.

AIDS activists organized to promote AIDS research and to make experimental treatments more widely available

The looped red ribbon became the universal symbol of AIDS awareness. The looped red ribbon became the universal symbol of AIDS awareness

 
 
 
       
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