Special Stakeholders Event during Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week

In HIV: Healing Inner Voices, eight Indigenous people confront stigma and reclaim community.
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SPECIAL ONLINE EVENT DURING ABORIGINAL AIDS AWARENESS WEEK - REGISTER NOW! 

THURSDAY DEC 3, 11 AM–1PM PT

Special Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week Digital Screening of Healing Inner Voices followed by a Peer-led Talking Circle with the film participants.

Register at HealingInnerVoices.com.

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Local Sightings Runs from Sept 18-27, and we were thrilled that our film Healing Inner Voices is part of it! Tickets (Pay what you can) 

Jada-Gabrielle Pape, director, will be part of a filmmakers Q & A Saturday 6pm. Give us Feedback!

Healing Inner Voices HIV, Created & Produced by Martin Morberg, Northern Tutchone/Tlingit, Directed by Jada-Gabrielle Pape, Saanich & Snuneymuxw Nations now playing at the Local Sightings Festival as part of their shorts series: Necessary Viewing.

Tickets to this virtual event are pay what you can! 

Through the voices of 8 Indigenous people living with HIV, this poetic short documentary combines storytelling and the healing power of Indigenous culture to reflect on the realities of stigma and discrimination for Indigenous people. The film offers up hope and resilience for the journey from the head to the heart.  If you are moved by this film, please join us in getting this film to communities.  #HIVoices #... (more)

We're excited that HIV Healing Inner Voices will be featured in the film screenings as part of the Global Village at the AIDS 2020 Conference that kicks off Monday July 6! 

You can watch the film by registering for the Global Village (It's free!) Then select film screenings and click on Healing Inner Voices!

The film was also part of the Indigenous Preconference that has been happening over the weekend. Through the voices of 8 Indigenous people living with HIV, this poetic short documentary combines storytelling and the healing power of Indigenous culture to reflect on the realities of stigma and discrimination for Indigenous people. The film offers up hope and resilience for the journey from the head to the heart.  If you are moved by this film, please join us in getting this film to communities. Support us. Give us Feedback. #HIVoices #NoStigma

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