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Mar 4
ABC to Make How to Survive a Plague a Miniseries
How to Survive a Plague—the Oscar-nominated documentary about the history of AIDS treatment activism—will be adapted by ABC into a miniseries
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ABC to Make How to Survive a Plague a Miniseries

How to Survive a Plague—the Oscar-nominated documentary about the history of AIDS treatment activism—will be adapted by ABC into a miniseries

Read more.

Congratulations to David France, Peter Staley and the entire cast and crew for their Best Documentary Feature Oscar Nomination for How To Survive a Plague!!
A POZ Q&A with director David France:
Battling BackDavid France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new generation of HIV activists.
Read more: http://www.poz.com/articles/David_France_HIV_2706_22151.shtml

Congratulations to David France, Peter Staley and the entire cast and crew for their Best Documentary Feature Oscar Nomination for How To Survive a Plague!!

A POZ Q&A with director David France:

Battling Back
David France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new generation of HIV activists.

Read more: http://www.poz.com/articles/David_France_HIV_2706_22151.shtml

The POZ 100-The Soldiers
All wars—hot, cold and metaphorical—are won or lost on the front lines. The fight against HIV/AIDS is no different. Without the science—a cure, a vaccine and other biomedical prevention—the battle cannot be won. However, the science is only half the battle.   We’ll need leadership to get funding to implement those tools. We’ll also need legions of fighters to defend the dignity of people living with the virus, which includes a world without stigma and discrimination.
Read about the 23 advocates, politicians and celebrities who fit the bill: http://www.poz.com/articles/POZ_100_Soldiers_2746_23148.shtml

The POZ 100-The Soldiers

All wars—hot, cold and metaphorical—are won or lost on the front lines. The fight against HIV/AIDS is no different. Without the science—a cure, a vaccine and other biomedical prevention—the battle cannot be won. However, the science is only half the battle.
 
We’ll need leadership to get funding to implement those tools. We’ll also need legions of fighters to defend the dignity of people living with the virus, which includes a world without stigma and discrimination.

Read about the 23 advocates, politicians and celebrities who fit the bill: http://www.poz.com/articles/POZ_100_Soldiers_2746_23148.shtml

Oct 5
blackaidsinstitute:

Twenty-seven people participated in this morning’s How To Survive A Plague Meet-Up.  Great dialogue on advocacy, systemic change, and honoring the past with forward movement. The session ended with a commitment from the group: “The world is watching  and this is what they will see, that we are greater than AIDS.”

To find a screening near you visit http://surviveaplague.com/

blackaidsinstitute:

Twenty-seven people participated in this morning’s How To Survive A Plague Meet-Up.  Great dialogue on advocacy, systemic change, and honoring the past with forward movement. The session ended with a commitment from the group: “The world is watching  and this is what they will see, that we are greater than AIDS.”

To find a screening near you visit http://surviveaplague.com/

During the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012), Regan Hofmann, editor-in-chief of POZ, talked about activism with David France, director of How to Survive a Plague, which opens nationwide Friday, Sept. 21.

(Source: poz.com)

May 1
Battling Back
David France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new generation of HIV activists. Click here for more.

Battling Back

David France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new generation of HIV activists. Click here for more.