ALL OVER AGAIN: For H.I.V. Survivors, a Feeling of Weary Déjà Vu. “Pandemics never hit fairly,” said David France, 60, the director of the 2012 Oscar-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague. “While we now have what appears on its face to be a more democratic plague that isn’t confined mostly to a despised population, it has still been most heavily concentrated in the major urban areas, which is blue America, in neighborhoods that are filled with people who are not rich and are often black or brown.”
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