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Dispatches From the Plague Years: David France and Andrew Sullivan in Conve...
Fri, June 2, 2017, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT
In 2012, author and journalist David France released the documentary How to Survive a Plague, the culmination of his decades-long coverage of the U.S. AIDS crisis. It won a New York Film Critics Circle Award and was an Oscar nominee. Last fall he published his book of the same title. In reviewing it for the New York Times, provocative political commentator Andrew Sullivan called it “the first and best history” of the courage behind the fight to end AIDS “and a reminder that if gay life and culture flourish for a thousand years, people will still say, ‘This was their finest hour.’ ” In bringing them together, we anticipate a bracing discourse on politics, culture, history, and more. Learn more about Boston Pride 2017 here.
Getting to the Barn:
The Barn is located at 29 Miller Hill Rd in Provincetown, and is accessed by a long dirt path and a steep staircase. There is no parking available on Miller Hill Rd, nor is anyone allowed to drive down Miller Hill Rd. Parking is available in town at the large MacMillan Pier Parking Lot, and at 401 Commercial St at the corner of Law St. Our volunteers will be located at the corner of Miller Hill Rd. and Bradford St. and will be happy to provide you with directions for parking. Those who have trouble walking, can be dropped off at Miller Hill Rd. and/or call Ptown Pedicab 508.487.0660 or Cape Cab 508.487.2222 from the lot and they will deliver you to Miller Hill Rd. When exiting the Barn and Miller Hill Rd. after the program is over please be careful of our residential neighbors and keep voices low.