“AIDS in KC: The Early Days”: Preview Screening & Discussion
5100 Cherry St
Kansas City, MO 64110
Join Kansas City PBS at the UMKC Student Union Theater for a preview screening of its upcoming documentary AIDS in KC: The Early Days and a Q&A session with subjects featured in the film, moderated by producer Sandy Woodson. Local artists living with HIV will display created works prior to the screening.
From Kansas City PBS and producers Woodson and Emily Woodring (Womontown), comes a new half-hour documentary that explores the early days of the AIDS crisis in Kansas City and the lifelong impact it had on survivors and their caregivers. AIDS in KC: The Early Days will premiere on Nov. 3 2022, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the first reported case in Kansas City.
PARKING INFORMATION: Free parking is available. Upon arrival, guests are free to park on fifth and sixth levels of the Cherry Street Parking Garage at 5005 Oak Street. Access to the Student Union Theater is available via the walkway on the fifth level of the garage.