trae tha truth puts on for his community in houston, most famously during his annual trae day, a day of free school supplies and clothes for kids, as well as free hiv testing. “i’m not trying to be the hardest,” he says, “i’m just giving whatever i got.” here the screwed up click’s fast-rap master takes us through his favorite spots in houston, including one of the first stores to sell a trae cd and his favorite jewelers king johnny and george.
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In recognition of Worlds Aids Day, Dawn of Danity Kane speaks about the importance of knowing your HIV status for the “Got Tested?” 18000 in 18 Months campaign sponsored by Silent Voices United (SVU). SVU is an HIV/AIDS Youth Awareness & Prevention Outreach Program that focuses on strengthening and empowering todays youth, using Entertainment & Sports to attract thousands of young people ages 13 24 to take a Free 20 Minute Rapid HIV testing throughout New York City. Shot at Daddy’s House Recording Studio – NYC – 360 Media
Stepping into the Unknown tells the stories of four people with disabilities who gather for a life-affirming event at Oribi George in South Africa. The film covers the links between being disabled and HIV positive and participants’ experiences in accessing HIV services, rehabilitation and information on HIV. This life-changing event links closely to how these people stepped into the unknown when they faced their fears about their disabilities and being exposed to HIV.
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Annie Lennox spends a day with the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) in Khayelitsha, South Africa. TAC are on the frontline of the fight against HIV and AIDS in South Africa, this short film will give you an insight into the kind of work they are doing, on a daily basis, to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and the support and advice they give to those affected. To find out more about SING and TAC visit www.anneilennoxsing.com