1. Time for School - Excellent Care Centre


    from Bishop Gary Earls / Added

    Shot this on our Risen Scepter 2011 trip to Africa. This short video has scenes from two different classrooms. In the first, Pastor George Ochieng encourages the children concerning their value to God, and worth to others, telling them their lives can be without limit. In the second class it is a meeting of the school’s bible club. The students start off with a memory verse and then recite a poem on aids awareness. The quality of the video isn’t great but the hearts of these children should be an example for all of us.

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    • The Atlanta Summit on Sustaining U.S. Leadership in Globlal Health and Water, Panel 1


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      On May 21, 2012, The World Affairs Council of Atlanta, CARE USA, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted a major conference on how the United States, even in the midst of fiscal austerity and political division, can best advance the world’s health. Panel 2: The Importance of U.S. Global Health Leadership Moderated by Dr. J. Stephen Morrison, CSIS Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) Dr. Mark Rosenberg, President and CEO, Task Force for Global Health

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      • ALC10


        from Thomas Fortin / Added

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        Helmet cam recordings from the 2011 AIDS Lifecycle 10 ride to end AIDS.

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        • Aids (Directors Cut)


          from Ben Lukas Boysen / Added

          Director: Rob Chiu. Director of Photography: Matias Boucard. Editor: Sylvie Landra. Colorist: Franck Voiturier. Flame artist: Gurvand Tanneau. Sound Design + Score: Ben Lukas Boysen. Edit + Post Production: Firm. Post Producers: Manuel Beard + Julien Amiard. Producers: Sylvaine Mella + Caroline Ray for Stink Paris. Line Producer: Maxime Brun. Agency: TBWA Paris. Creative Director: Jean François Goize. Copywriter: Alban Gallé. Art Director: Matthieu Darrasse. Agency Producer: Virginie Chalard.

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          • Slant Short Film Trailer No. 2


            from Stephen Soucy / Added

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            A short film set in Palm Springs and structured by an Emily Dickinson poem, Slant tells the story of a gay man in his early 50s looking for romantic connection long after the loss of his partner to AIDS. The film had its debut at LA Shorts Fest (July 2011), and has played at the Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival (September 2011), the Tucson Film and Music Festival (October 2011), the Santa Fe Film Festival (October 2011), Chicago Reeling Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (November 2011), University of Oregon Queer Film Festival (February 2012), University of Southern California Don Thompson LGBT Film Festival (March 2012), and Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival (May 2012). Next up: Palm Springs International ShortFest - Short Film Festival and Film Market.

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            • RoyalGlam AIDS Walk New York 2012


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              Featuring Orgs like Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Lambda Pi Chi Sorority Inc., & Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

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              • Fashion Against Aids by H&M


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                El otro dia nos volvimos a juntar en la fábrica Moritz de Barcelona unos cuantos amigos. Allí se celebraba una fiesta benéfica para recaudar fondos contra el SIDA. Los protagonistas: Cup of Couple, Gerard Estadella, Claudia Albons (de Miss Marbles) y muchos más. Allí todos se besaban y bailaban, ¿por qué será? Déscubrelo dandole al ¡play!

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                • Biggest Quake


                  from Kirk Read / Added

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                  Trailer for upcoming shows "The Biggest Quake" featuring 8 writers making brand new works about the San Francisco AIDS epidemic. Shows are all FREE at Metropolitan Community Church at 7pm. Every show is different and features different material from the writers. Justin Chin, K.M. Soehnlein, Carol Queen, Ed Wolf, Julia Serano, Brontez Purnell, Mark Abramson and Kirk Read.

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                  • The Blood Scandal


                    from Biel Calderon / Added

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                    The spread of HIV through unsafe state-run blood collection centers in the 1990s: during the early and mid 1990s, large numbers of rural poor repeatedly sold plasma at blood collection points which were practicing unsafe procedures. Those unsafe procedures have long since been ended by the government. But their consequence is that in some villages, up to 60% of the former plasma donors (and 20% of the entire village’s population) are infected. The government's failed to provide treatment or compensation to the majority of those who acquired HIV directly or indirectly through those blood sales. Seven central provinces where blood collection practices fuelled the spread of HIV/AIDS (Anhui, Hebei, Henan, Hubei, Shanxi, Shaanxi and Shandong). Ma Guihong, a forty seven years-old farmer from Yanggezhuang (Yongqing County, Hebei province), sold blood in 1994 at a commercial blood center. She started feeling ill in 2004. One day she saw the news about the HIV blood disaster in Henan and Hebei. She suspected that she may have AIDS. She went to Suzhou to visit her sister, and went to the No. 2 People's Hospital. She was tested but not told that she was HIV-positive. Doctor only gave her some condoms and medication (she said that many others who had also tested positive were also not told about their status; they only received medication). Given her suspicius, she went online to search for more information. Ma found activist Meng Lin and knew about organization, ‘Ark of Love’. At this point, she decided to put efforts in help other HIV-positive patients. Months later, she became a Global Fund CCM representative, a public-private partnership and international financing institution dedicated to attracting and disbursing additional resources to prevent and treat HIV and AIDS, TB and malaria. She also became an active member at PLWHA (People Living With HIV/AIDS), a worldwide network of people living with HIV; group through which she organices journeys to Beijing once a month in order to request new compensation to the National Health Bureau. Each time they go there, they are compensated 500 rmb per person. Lately, she has declined to litigate on her case, because she contracted HIV via blood selling rather than through a transfusion. She keeps fighting for her and other patients rights. Credits: Video, Audio, Photography: Biel Calderón Script: Biel Calderón Editing: Biel Calderón Text: Dongjen Center for Human Rights Education (http://www.dongjen.org/) Research: Biel Calderon and Dongjen Center for Human Rights Education © Biel Calderón – 2012

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                    • One Child's Village, 2011


                      from Todd Lorentz / Added

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                      This is the story of our successes for 2011. One Child's Village: A Global Orphans Foundation is a non-profit Canadian charity providing the basic needs for HIV/AIDS orphans in Kenya including the provision of food, water, clothing, security, education, health care and more. You can find out more about us at www.OneChildsVillage.org.

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