The Lost Generation: The 30th Anniversary of AIDS in Washington. An Oral History and Timeline

Washingtonian published my oral history and memoir in 2011, thirty years after the first AIDS cases were identified.

I interviewed dozens of Washingtonians to reflect on what the early years of the epidemic were like, the toll the disease has taken, and why there’s an ongoing crisis in DC.  This feature includes an oral history with dozens of diverse accounts over a thirty-year span and a photo-timeline.

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