We Will Not Die Like Dogs

WE WILL NOT DIE LIKE DOGS profiles AIDS activists from Nigeria, Uganda, Burkina Faso, and Zambia. Honest and provocative testimonies of individuals living with the epidemic include two HIV-positive women fighting stigma and discrimination, a doctor working to care for HIV-infected children in rural villages, and a reggae artist using his status among youth and the media to bring awareness to HIV/AIDS. Conceived of by two African medical students at Yale who were tired of African portrayed only as victims to the epidemic and directed by international health specialist, Lisa Russell, WE WILL NOT DIE LIKE DOGS helped launch the National Black Programming Consortium's new television series AfroPop that focuses on contemporary pop culture in Africa.

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Topics: Africa, Poverty, Interview, Epidemic, People, Health, Government, Justice
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Barry Wright
Barry Wright
January 22, 2014
A+
Rene Oswald
Rene Oswald
January 14, 2014
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Rowan Bell-Bentley
Rowan Bell-Bentley
September 9, 2013
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