50,000 Gone: Lessons Learned, Lessons Forgotten | Reimagine
New York

50,000 Gone: Lessons Learned, Lessons Forgotten

Hosted by

Kelli Dunham, Queer Memoir

Sunday, October 28

9:00pm-11:00pm

$$10 in advance; $12 at the door

By the time protease inhibitors became available in 1995, over 50,000 New Yorkers had died of HIV/AIDS. Join us to hear the horrible and beautiful stories of those who survived those early years.

By the time protease inhibitors became available in 1995, over 50,000 New Yorkers had died of HIV/AIDS.

At this storytelling event, those who lived through those years will share narratives about the early years of HIV/AIDS in New York and consider the question: what did we learn about community and death then and are we still applying those truths now?

This event is part of Queer Memoir, NYC's longest-running LGBT focused storytelling series, nominated for a White House Champion of Change award under the last administration. Bios to come. Curated and hosted by Kelli Dunham.

Type:

Performance Storytelling LGTBQ