Kenneth Cole and amfAR

Monday, December 02, 2013

Kenneth Cole, designer and chairman of the nonprofit AIDS research group amfAR, talks about the new documentary he executive produced - "The Battle of amfAR" - about the start of the research and advocacy group.

→ Premiere: "The Battle of amfAR" airs tonight on HBO, at 9 p.m E.T.


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Comments [1]

Matilde Krim? Haven't heard that name in years! Is this a documentary about AIDS or about reclaiming the now apparently lost in obscurity legacy of Matilde Krim? There was a time when every time the media said the words AIDS-it was accompanied by the name and image of Matilde Krim;she was being promoted as the Madame Curie of AIDS ,who if anyone could was single handedly - going to solve the AIDs epidemic. You thought of AIDS and you though of Matilde Krim. Then just as quick as she was everywhere she disappeared from the media narrative. What happened?

Dec. 02 2013 12:47 PM

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