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BY Advocate.com Editors
June 07 2013 11:04 AM ET
ART: “AIDS in New York: The First Five Years”
From 1981 through 1985, New York City was an epicenter of both the AIDS pandemic and the activism that challenged the political and medical establishments to respond to the disease. The New York Historical Society seeks to assure this era won’t be forgotten by mounting this exhibit of posters, photographs, and artifacts drawn from the New York Public Library, New York University, and the National Archive of LGBT History. It opens today and continues through September 15, and there’ll be a gallery tour led by curator Jean Ashton Monday.
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