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'Blindspot' podcast offers a roadmap of social inequities during the AIDS crisis

Kai Wright's podcast revisits the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, focusing in particular on populations that are frequently overlooked — including the pediatric patients at Harlem Hospital.

A group advocating AIDS research marches down Fifth Avenue during the Lesbian and Gay Pride parade in New York, June 26, 1983. Mario Suriani/Associated Press hide caption

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'Blindspot' podcast offers a roadmap of social inequities during the AIDS crisis

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