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In 1994, cartoonist Judd Winick was a cast member on MTV’s program "The Real World." One of his housemates, Pedro Zamora, was HIV-positive, and died just after the series aired. Judd Winick joins Diane to talk about his friendship with Pedro, and about how he is carrying forward Pedro’s efforts to educate young people about AIDS. He’s written a book about his experiences and his work.
- Judd Winick Author, cartoonist, and was a cast member on MTV's program "The Real World" in 1994
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