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The AIDS Foundation of Chicago's David Ernesto Munar speaks about resources available for Chicagoans living with HIV and AIDS.

Jun. 06, 2011

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the discovery of HIV, Eight Forty-Eight speaks with the AIDS Foundation of Chicago's David Ernesto Munar about resources available for Chicagoans living with the virus. Then we speak with authors Maurice Possley and John Woodbridge, whose new book traces the history of a gun once owned by Adolf Hitler. And, Chicago Sun-Times Bears Columnist Neil Hayes discusses the latest news about the NFL lockout.