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This is the grave of Arthur Ashe. Born in 1943 in Richmond to a working-class family, Ashe’s childhood was a little rough. His mom died from pregnancy complications when he was a child. His father worked in the city’s recreation department, which in the 1940s in Virginia meant he was doing manual labor for poverty […]
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Learning from Our Elder Activists

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On December 18, 2016
Michelle Goldberg explores a topic I have thought a good bit about, as have others–that ACT-UP is an important model for us to learn about in resisting Trump and that the veterans of that movement, born out of complete desperation in the face of massive death and institutional indifference, will play a very important role […]

Heroes

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On December 21, 2012

The word hero is used way too often in our society for any number of reasons. But actual heroes exist. One of them was the AIDS activist Spencer Cox, who died this week at the age of 44. He helped sav

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