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XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Congresswoman Barbara Lee comments on the United States travel restrictions against people living with HIV that was resolved in 2012 after 22 years. She also reflects on the possibilities of ending AIDS.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Phil Wilson, founder of the Black AIDS Institute in Los Angeles. He talks about the HIV prevalence in the US and its socioeconomic factors, about stigma and discrimination against homosexual persons.
This film tells the US story of the AIDS epidemic starting in the early 1980's. Scientists and activists, both pioneers and youths of today, talk about research, prevention, treatment and care. They also discuss stigma, homophobia and poverty as closely related to HIV and AIDS.
First part of the interview with the American AIDS activist and founder of Project Inform, Martin Delaney, in 2006. He talks about the HIV/AIDS policy of the current and previous American Presidents, and reflects on his experiences of the start of AIDS in the 80's.
This film is about the global AIDS situation. The film starts in Europe and the United States and ends up in Zimbabwe and Uganda. It tells about the global disparities of drug access, but also about the successful HIV and AIDS responses of Thailand, Cambodia and Uganda.
Helene Gayle is an AIDS expert who has been working in many different initiatives in the US, among them the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). She also works in President Obama's advisory group on HIV/AIDS. Here she talks about understanding and changing behaviors.