HIV-Positive Protagonists, Part Three
September 10, 2016
How did popular media affect perceptions of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1990s? In part three, we'll explore a sampling of films from the early-to-mid '90s, beginning with Longtime Companion, which was released in late '89. HBO's star-studded film And The Band Played On is next, followed by a Margaret Cho moment, and topped off with an extra dose of MLP™, in Boys on the Side. We're building up to the fourth installment of this series, in which Everything Changes ... exciting!
|HIV-Positive Protagonists, Part Two|
|HIV-Positive Protagonists, Part One|
|13 Moments in Black Celebrity Activism|
|History's Biggest HIV-Positive Celebrities|
|More About HIV on Television|
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