David France ’81 Talks about His Oscar-nominated Documentary on NPR

Protest featured in “How to Survive a Plague”

An image from an ACT UP (Aids Coalition to Unleash Power) protest, featured in “How to Survive a Plague.” (Donna Binder)

David France ’81 was interviewed on the National Public Radio program “Here and Now” on Friday March 8 talking about “How to Survive a Plague,” his Oscar-nominated documentary about the early days of the AIDS crisis and the response to that crisis by activists, health officials, politicians, and the public.

David will host a showing of his film on Sunday, May 5, at Kalamazoo College. More details will follow soon.

Meanwhile, click here to listen to David’s NPR interview.

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