A still from END GAME: AIDS in Black America

Last year PBS screened End Game: AIDS in Black America, a documentary by Renata Simone, and they created this amazing resource page: Frontline: End Game. Kenyon Farrow wrote this interesting essay in response to the film: A Exercise in Drama And No Politics

This week, for those in the New York area, you can see the film in a theater and attend a Q & A with the director.

The Ford Foundation, JustFilms and Philanthrophy New York present:
END GAME: AIDS in Black America
6:30 pm
FORD FOUNDATION
320 EAST 43RD STREET
NEW YORK
Please RSVP by Tuesday, April 9: endgameatford.eventbrite.com
For more information, contact justfilms@fordfoundation.org

About End Game: AIDS In Black America:
Every 10 minutes, someone in the United States contracts the AIDS virus. Half are African American. If Black America was a country unto itself, it would have the 16th highest rate of HIV in the world.

In “Endgame: AIDS in Black America,” filmmaker Renata Simone unveils how prejudice, silence and stigma allowed the virus to spread deep into the black community. Featuring candid interviews with basketball legend Magic Johnson, civil rights pioneer Julian Bond, leading doctors, health workers, educators and social activists, this groundbreaking documentary explores one of the country’s most urgent, most preventable health crises.