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OUT AT CHM: AIDS, Art, and Activism

Explore the early response of filmmakers and visual and performing artists to the AIDS crisis through film clips, spoken-word performances, and a panel discussion.  Program panelists trace the legacy and direct influence of early gay activism and the women's health movement on the emergence of AIDS activism: including historian Jennifer Brier from the University of Illinois at Chicago, filmmaker Mary Patten from the School of the Art Institute, and performer Avery R. Young.


Recorded Tuesday, June 05, 2007 at Chicago History Museum.

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