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b|the fight against AIDS in America /
|260||a|New York :|
|300||a|168 p. :|
|504||a|Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|510||3||a|Horn book starred, May 2019|
|510||3||a|Kirkus, April 01, 2019|
|510||3||a|Booklist starred, May 01, 2019|
|510||3||a|School library journal starred, May 2019|
|510||3||a|Publisher's Weekly, May 13, 2019|
|510||3||a|The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, June 2019|
|510||4||a|Horn book guide starred, June 2019|
|520||a|Thirty-five years ago, it was a modern-day, mysterious plague. Its earliest victims were mostly gay men, some of the most marginalized people in the country; at its peak in America, it killed tens of thousands of people. The losses were staggering, the science frightening, and the government's inaction unforgivable. The AIDS Crisis fundamentally changed the fabric of the United States. The history of the AIDS crisis through the lens of the brave victims and activists who demanded action.|
a|NONFICTION / Health & Daily Living / Diseases, Illnesses & Injuries.
a|NONFICTION / History / United States / General.