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In 1985, after attending a performance of Larry Kramer’s "The Normal Heart," artist Robert Giard decided to devote his energy to photographing LGBTQ+ writers.

People like Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, Larry Kramer, and other community members played significant roles throughout LGBTQ+ history. Join us this Pride as we highlight our #NasdaqFam  from The OPEN (Out Proud Employees of Nasdaq). #PrideMonth 🏳️‍🌈

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@actupny  Activist@mynameisjro  is keeping the radical spirit of #Pride  alive. Today, on Larry Kramer's birthday, meet "The Activist' who is helping to carry Larry's legacy into the future for this year's #Logo30 :

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Larry Kramer was known for his writing and tenacity in raising the alarm about the AIDS crisis. #SmithsonianPride 

Join us as we remember Larry Kramer. 🙏 “In losing Larry this year, we lost a warrior, a hero, and a friend. His words saved lives. Thank you, Larry.” – @MattBomer  Tune in: #CantCancelPride  @ProcterGamble 

Today would have been Larry Kramer's 85th birthday. He called the Reagan-Bush willful negligence on AIDS a "genocide" against queer people. The same can be said of Trump and coronavirus regarding those it disproportionately kills.

On today’s show at 5 pm ET, a one-hour Tribute to Larry Kramer, on his 85th birthday. In his first interview, David Webster, husband of the late AIDS activist & playwright who died May 27, speaks with me about his life and work, their relationship and much more. @SXMProgress 

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Larry Kramer passed away in May, but his legacy and his activism will live on forever. ❤️ #Pride2020 

“I was known as the angriest man in the world, mainly because I discovered that anger got you further than being nice.” Larry Kramer

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’40 million people is a f*cking plague’ — Watch Larry Kramer speak out against AIDS inaction in 1991. Kramer died this week at 84

Both vulnerable communities and those in positions of power are indebted to the activists who push for progress. Larry Kramer saved lives by never giving up and never backing down. May his courage continue to inspire.

Larry Kramer was a fierce advocate for the LGBTQ+ community who used his voice to hold people in power accountable. We are a better nation because he fought to end the stigma around HIV. Thinking of his loved ones during this difficult time.

At a time when fear & bigotry led many to ignore the human toll of the AIDS epidemic, Larry Kramer was a relentless, dissatisfied voice for justice. Through his activism, Larry demanded attention and saved lives. His vision & leadership will continue to inspire us all.

Larry Kramer has died, at 84 years old. “There is no question in my mind that Larry helped change medicine in this country,” Anthony Fauci said in a 2002 Profile of the activist and author.

Breaking News: The writer and activist Larry Kramer has died at 84. His work to shock the U.S. into seeing AIDS as a public health emergency helped shift policy in the 1980s and '90s. “One of America’s most valuable troublemakers,” Susan Sontag called him.

’40 million people is a f*cking plague’ — Watch Larry Kramer speak out against AIDS inaction in 1991. Kramer died this week at 84

Larry Kramer valued every gay life at a time when so many gay men had been rendered incapable of valuing our own lives. He ordered us to love ourselves and each other and to fight for our lives. He was a hero.

“AIDS was allowed to happen. It is a plague that need not have happened. It is a plague that could have been contained from the very beginning.” Larry Kramer, an eternal lightning rod and activist, has died at 84.

Larry Kramer was an American hero who led a fierce and often lonely battle for action when an American president and New York's mayor refused to mobilize against a devastating plague.

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