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Play Recalls Early Denial of AIDS Crisisi
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Jerome Socolovsky
July 23, 2012 5:41 PM
As scientists, political leaders and activists meet at the 19th annual AIDS conference here in Washington, a Tony-award winning play at a nearby theater recalls the early days of the epidemic, when gay men faced an uphill battle in getting help. As VOA's Jerome Socolovsky reports, the production of The Normal Heart was timed to coincide with the AIDS conference.

Play Recalls Early Denial of AIDS Crisis

Published July 23, 2012

As scientists, political leaders and activists meet at the 19th annual AIDS conference here in Washington, a Tony-award winning play at a nearby theater recalls the early days of the epidemic, when gay men faced an uphill battle in getting help. As VOA's Jerome Socolovsky reports, the production of The Normal Heart was timed to coincide with the AIDS conference.


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