New HIV treatments have successfully improved both the health and quality of life for many people living with this disease. However, without access to early intervention healthcare, these advances remain out of reach for thousands of poor and low-income, pre-disabled persons living with HIVBill would expand HIV Medicaid benefits Feb 09, 2005
Robert Greenwald (born August 28, 1945) is an American film director, film producer, and political activist, noted in the 2000s for his documentaries critical of Fox News and of the George W. Bush administration, as well as numerous award-winning television movies from the 1980s and 1990s.
Greenwald was born and raised in New York City, the son of Ruth and Harold Greenwald. He attended the city's High School of Performing Arts. He was active in New York theater, directing the plays Me and Bessie (1975) and I Have a Dream (1976), a play based on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., with Billy Dee Williams playing King.
Greenwald then moved to Los Angeles, where he launched a successful career as a director for television.