Radio Without Boundaries

KFAI is a volunteer-based community radio station that exists to broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.

MinneCulture Presents

Jun 12, 2019 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Arts and Culture

With Micah Whetstone

By Britt Aamodt


Part Two: Minnesota's HIV/AIDS Crisis (1986-1996) by Britt Aamodt

Five years into the epidemic, people living with HIV/AIDS were still dying of it in increasing numbers and the President of the United States had yet to acknowledge the crisis in public. In Minneapolis, as in other cities, activists were now taking control of the conversation through organizations like ACT UP. Individuals did what they could to help people living with HIV/AIDS survive long enough for that hoped-for cure. These samaritans included a leather-clad anthropology professor with a knack for cooking and a young doctor with a big idea. But would there be a cure? The lives of David Bjork, Rene Valdes and Michael Reinbold depended on it. (Photo of Bruce Brockway by Alan Lessik)

MinneCulture Presents
7:05 PM
Britt Aamodt - Generation Aids, Pt. 2
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MinneCulture KFAI 2019
@MinneCulture @trubritty
7:55 PM
Awkward Bodies - Are You Listening?
Awkward Bodies Are You Listening? L
Get Left Mecc Recordings 2014