"We have to do a better job in educating our youth. They're bearing the burden of this virus," says Gina Brown.
Sarah Schulman's written the most comprehensive political history ever assembled of ACT UP and AIDS activism in the U.S.
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Northrop, a longtime activist, on what we can learn from the last three decades of ACT UP.
The bisexual comedian talks about her changing relationship to sex and masturbation.
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Attacked by a mob, gay, HIV activist Edafe Okporo fled Nigeria. Listen as he talks about being gay in a country where it is illegal and HIV stigma is huge.