Chronicling a Crisis: Writers on the History of HIV/AIDS

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Join the Museum of the City of New York for this important event emphasizing the stories of all who've suffered and are still suffering from HIV/AIDS.

From the earliest reported cases in the 1980s, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has spurred New Yorkers to innovate new forms of social services, expand conceptions of family, fight social stigma, and push for greater political and medical intervention. Inspired by the Museum’s exhibition, AIDS at Home: Art and ActivismAnne-christine D’AdeskyDavid France, and Tim Murphy — three authors whose work offers a searingly honest glimpse into the hard fought battle against the disease and its aftermath — will be joined by journalist Mathew Rodriguez for a conversation about challenges of writing about HIV/AIDS across literary genres. 

A reception and book signing will follow, you can find out more information and register at mcny.org/aidsathome. The event will take place at MCNY at 1220 5th Avenue, starting at 6:30pm.

Receive an exclusive 50% discount on tickets by using the code "WRITE1"