AIDS Healthcare Foundation in partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights, Black Women’s Health Imperative, Spelman College Women’s Research and Resource Center, Afrekete and BronzeLens Film Festival present,
Nearly half of Americans with HIV live in the South. A Southern grandmother struggles to help her loved ones through the scourge of HIV – but she may be unable to save the one she loves the most. WILHEMINA’S WAR is a personal narrative that tells the story of one family’s struggle with HIV over the course of five years. Despite facing institutional and personal obstacles every step of the way, 62-year-old Wilhemina Dixon works tirelessly to combat the stigma and care for her daughter and granddaughter, both HIV-positive.
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