Making Gay History | LGBTQ Oral Histories from the Archive
Season 3: Episode 6: Larry Kramer
Thursday, 23 November
In 1981 Larry Kramer sounded an alarm almost no one wanted to hear. Gay men were dying from a mysterious disease and the only way to stop its spread was to stop having sex. The outspoken activist went on to co-found GMHC and ACT UP, two of the leading organizations in the fight against AIDS.
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