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Larry Kramer

40 Years Ago: Meeting at Larry Kramer's House as a Pandemic Began

In 1981, a few activists sounded the alarm on a looming health catastrophe, but most people looked the other way — just as they did in 2020.

Larry Kramer, Towering Figure of Aggressive AIDS Activism, Dead at 84

Kramer was a founder of GMHC and ACT UP, and one of the leading voices calling for action against HIV and AIDS.

50 Years, 50 Heroes: Marc Malkin Honors Larry Kramer

E! News journalist Marc Malkin honors HIV activist and playwright Larry Kramer for The Advocate's 50th Anniversary.

GMHC Honors Founder it Once Ousted, Larry Kramer

Kelsey Louie, the new CEO of Gay Men’s Health Crisis, says an event honoring the organization’s ousted founder, Larry Kramer, marks an important turning point in the fight against HIV.

'Normal Heart' Comes to L.A. and Chicago

Larry Kramer's landmark play about the AIDS crisis will be staged in Los Angeles for the first time in almost 20 years and in Chicago for the first time ever.