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AIDS Activism Through Art

Critic-at-large Laurie Stone explores the work of the AIDS activist organization ACT UP, and the artist collective associated with them, Grand Fury. In light of the recent rise of inaccurate and hateful messages about people with the disease, Grand Fury launched a street art campaign throughout New York City to educate the public.

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Other segments from the episode on November 25, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 25, 1988: Interview with Elia Kazan; Commentary on music from New Orleans; Interview with Stuart Allan; Commentary on AIDS activism through art.

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