Posted on May 29, 2020 · Posted in Faculty Associates News, Publication News

Charles Kaiser, Acting Director of the The LGBTQ Public Policy Center at Hunter College, authors article “LGBT activist Larry Kramer spent his life upending prejudice.”

When the Stonewall riots began the modern LGBTQ liberation movement in the summer of 1969, Larry Kramer was still deeply in the closet in his first career as a film executive. He was careful to bring a woman with him to all the Monday-night executive screenings. And yet, he was also already using his power as an artist to promote the gay agenda.

Read the full article in NBC News Think online.