By Jane Coaston
On the NPR Shots blog, reporter Ben de la Cruz highlights the work of photographer David Binder. Binder has been photographing the AIDS epidemic for over 25 years.
It tells the story of Gail Farrow, a mother of four living with HIV in the late 80s. Like Elizabeth Glaser, she contracted HIV through a blood transfusion, and forced America to confront the reality that AIDS was a problem that affects us all.
Read more about the documentary and watch a video about Binder here.