#Repost @theadvocatemag ・・・ Larry Kramer, author and passionate AIDS activist, has died at age 84. Kramer is best known as the author of the Tony-winning “The Normal Heart,” a play about the AIDS crisis, and as a founder of Gay Men’s Health Crisis — the first AIDS service organization — and of the direct-action group ACT UP. He was also a novelist and an Oscar-nominated screenwriter. “Successful activism is about being angry enough and loud enough to be heard,” he told The Advocate in a 2015 cover feature. Click the link in our bio to read more.⁠ ⁠ By Trudy Ring⁠ 📷: @benedict_evans ⁠ #larrykramer #thenormalheart #hiv #actup #aids #lgbt #lgbtq #activism

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Larry Kramer, author and passionate AIDS activist, has died at age 84. Kramer is best known as the author of the Tony-winning “The Normal Heart,” a play about the AIDS crisis, and as a founder of Gay Men’s Health Crisis — the first AIDS service organization — and of the direct-action group ACT UP. He was also a novelist and an Oscar-nominated screenwriter. “Successful activism is about being angry enough and loud enough to be heard,” he told The Advocate in a 2015 cover feature. Click the link in our bio to read more.⁠

By Trudy Ring⁠
📷: @benedict_evans

#larrykramer #thenormalheart #hiv #actup #aids #lgbt #lgbtq #activism