Larry Spang

After he lost his job as a federal prison dentist in 1991 because of his HIV status, Spang led in organizing a Chicago dental clinic for low-income HIV-positive persons, persons with tuberculosis, and those of advanced age. He is also active in a range of community service activities. He retired to California, but continues to support causes in Chicago. His board service includes six years for the AIDS Pastoral Care Network.

  Video Interview Date: 2007-07-07 Interviewer: Tracy Baim





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