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Josh Dorsheimer, Hal Matroni, Nicole Weerbrouck, Jeremy Blocher and Rebecca Minnich discuss their original theater piece about the stigma of HIV/AIDS, "Despite These Marks".
Miguel Rodriguez is an In Person Counselor at Chicago AIDS Foundation. He discusses the rise of infection and stigma in the Latino community, as well as his role in implementing Obamacare.
James and Mathew, activists with ACT UP New York, share their impassioned views of the AIDS crisis and how it affects young gay men today.
Executive Director of Philadelphia Fight, Jane Shull describes the organization’s history and talks about both the Affordable Care Act and the effects of stigma on the epidemic.
Director, Philadelphia Fight Y-HEP Center. Oversees the Empowerment Center and maintains relationships with youth serving organizations, and the Philadelphia School District.
Melanie is a former addict who struggled with her diagnosis and health. Now she is a Supportive Housing Manager at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. A dramatic story of personal strength and redemption.
Sean is one of the longtime survivors of the AIDS epidemic. Diagnosed in the late 80’s, he tells his riveting story of the early days of living with HIV.
Keith is the Team to End AIDS (T2) Manager at AIDS Foundation of Chicago and describes his history with T2 and how it changed his life.
In an interview with Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes, author Malcolm Gladwell critiques his bestselling book, "The Tipping Point".