Historian Dan Royles, in To Make the Wounded Whole, offers the first definitive account of African American AIDS activism in the United States. In this essay you to explore the building blocks of that history, the sources that he unearths – and creates – to craft the story.
In 1000-1200 words, evaluate which sources were most critical in telling this story. What would we have missed, were it not for those sources? How would our understanding of the history have changed?
Please cite the evidence appropriately throughout the essay using Chicago format.