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To celebrate National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, the Young Leaders Council at Fenway Health and the Wicked Queer Film Festival are partnering to screen a powerful documentary about HIV/AIDS advocacy in 1980’s Los Angeles.
“Commitment to Life” (2023), directed by Jeffrey Schwarz, tells the story of how an intrepid group of people living with HIV/AIDS, doctors, movie stars, studio moguls and activists changed the course of the epidemic. Watch the trailer
After the screening, there will be a panel of participants from Fenway Health’s Aging Project, who will provide firsthand accounts of how the epidemic affected the Greater Boston Area in the 1980s.
Admission is free, but if you would like to support the work Fenway Health does to assist people living with HIV/AIDs though this event, sign up to participate in our renamed AIDS walk, Strides for Action. You can register at stridesforaction.org