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World’s Next Super Model
— March 16, 2008
Meet Princess Cima. She's HIV positive and pregnant. And she's a super model. Her runway is on the streets of Africa. Check out her moves. She teaches people about how to prevent getting HIV/AIDS so they can live healthy, productive lives. And she lets people know that even women who are HIV positive can, with the right help, give birth to healthy, productive children. Now that's a super model!
Travis Mc Coy's Unbeaten Track
MTV Staying Alive
— October 24, 2009
Travis McCoy travels the world to meet Staying Alive Foundation grantees and learn from their HIV/AIDS peer education projects. Travis will then write a track based on his experience.
MTV Staying Alive - SHUGA - Trailer
MTV Staying Alive
— November 02, 2009
SHUGA is a hard hitting 3-part drama series that follows the lives and loves of a group of cool young students whose bright lives and fabulous futures are balanced on a knife edge due to their love of risk and danger.
KOMAS AIDS 2011 Aksi Pernas Yogya
Rikky Muchammad Fajar
— December 14, 2011
Klip demontrasi aktivis dan relawan peduli HIV AIDS di Yogyakarta di tengah berlangsungnya pertemuan nasional HIV-AIDS bulan Nopember lalu. Mereka juga mengkritik kurangnya perhatian pemerintah terhadap para survivor dan para pekerja seks.
SECOND LIFE: From Darkness to Light, HIV AIDS in INDIA
— May 27, 2007
After 20 years of HIV/AIDS epidemic in India, why are people still dying from stigma and discrimination? This lethal and social disease is a very powerful killer, even more than HIV/AIDS. Stigma and Discrimination in India due to HIV/AIDS, is now the silent and real epidemic. This documentary film presents experiences of how people with HIV/AIDS continue to lead their lives.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
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