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Positive Youth: The Face of HIV Is the Human Face (DVD)
Positive Youth: The Face of HIV Is the Human Face (DVD)
This documentary puts a human face on the new reality of living with HIV by introducing viewers to four very open, very dynamic individuals who are either HIV-infected or “HIV-affected."
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Filmed in the U.S. and Canada, this documentary puts a human face on the new reality of living with HIV by introducing viewers to four very open, very dynamic individuals who are either HIV-infected or “HIV-affected”:
Austin Head, 27, a well-known DJ, entertainer, and musician
Chris Brooks, 24, a YouTube video blogger
Jesse Brown, 25, who is grappling with the decision of when to begin taking antiretroviral medication
Rakiya Larkin, 18, who, in helping her HIV+ mom, has had to grow up very fast
Over the course of the program, the four discuss the challenges of living and loving with HIV, while medical and psychological experts provide facts and historical context to show that although HIV is still incurable, it can, with effort, be managed.
 
Viewing time: 42 minutes. Closed-captioned. 2012. Purchase options: DVD, 3-year Streaming, or DVD and 3-year Streaming; please see the Product Options box above when ordering.
 
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