This program studies the frightening rise of AIDS among African-Americans – a trend that has been developing for several years, but which has gone largely unnoticed outside the black community.
This documentary is the final program done by Peter Jennings, who leads a candid group discussion with HIV-positive African-American men in Atlanta.
In addition to that eye-opening conversation, the program also features talks between anchor Terry Moran and various black leaders = including the Reverends Jesse Jackson, Calvin Butts, and T. D. Jakes = and frank input from several African-American women.
Viewing time: 41 minutes. Closed-captioned. 2006. 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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