||Activists at ACT UP movie screening
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Owen Keehnen ( from left ), Tim Miller, Victor Salvo and Richard Knight Jr. posed at the Chicago Cultural Center on May 12, following the screening and Q&A session for How to Survive a Plague, the Oscar-nominated documentary about the history of the AIDS activist group ACT UP.
This was part of the Cinema Q film series line-up that will conclude Friday, May 19, with the free screening of Milk in the Claudia Cassidy Theater at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St., at 6:30 p.m. All screenings feature a discussion and Q&A following the film.
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