Ed Team

We're Still a Leaderless Population

Filed By Ed Team | November 04, 2011 8:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: gay activists, HIV/AIDS history, Larry Kramer, LGBT rights, The Normal Heart

"I don't look back. I look to today and to what we still have to do in the days to come. What we achieved in the past has always been haphazard and more often by luck than by skill. We're still a leaderless population. The same things I've complained about since the beginning have not been rectified in any way."

-- Larry Kramer in a wide-ranging interview with Metroweekly

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You heard it straight from Larry Kramer, folks: Nothing nowhere's been done by anyone at any time in the least anywhere at all. We're right where we were 30 years ago. Nothing's happened.