Danai Gurira on the AIDS Epidemic
Clip: Episode 3 | 1m 10s
Danai Gurira grew up during an AIDS epidemic in Zimbabwe, and her NYU classmate Nikkole Salter was shocked to learn how greatly it affected her age group. They wrote separate plays about a young black woman's experience with AIDS, and later combined it into the acclaimed "In The Continuum".
Aired: 06/29/18 |
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