Nibo Apinewin: AIDS & The Native Community
Anishnawbe Health Toronto and Toby Burning
1991, 27:00 minutes, colour, English
Anishnawbe Health produced Nibo Apinewin: AIDS & The Native Community, a documentary which addresses the issue of AIDS in the Native community. Ojibway Elder, Verna Johnston presents basic information about the disease while her comments are illustrated with archival and family photographs, videotape of special gatherings and community activities. The intention of the tape is to promote awareness of AIDS within the historical and cultural context of Native health.
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