Face To Face: Native Americans Living With The AIDS Virus

1989, 45:00 minutes

TAPECODE 3027.00

Interviews with Native Americans living with HIV. The participants in this video speak about coming to terms with their diagnosis and share information about how they choose to treat their illness. The video is designed to help people discuss the problems their communities face because of HIV infection and AIDS. The producers recommend that the video be used in small groups as a discussion facilitator.

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