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Cecilia Gentil

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Kimberly Escamilla (23) interviews Mark Milano (61) about how his diagnosis with HIV lead to his activism, including the many public protests and actions he's taken part in over the years. Leslie Harrison (20) interviews Douglas Hill (45) about discrimination, identity and their experiences as black men. Douglas discusses his views on religion, blackness and struggle. Cecilia Gentili (46) is interviewed by Deziree Delgadillo (18) about growing up in Argentina, moving to New York, her experiences as a trans woman and her views on life. Cecilia also discusses her advocacy for sex workers and communities affected by mass incarceration and drug addiction.
Hill Doughby Shelton-Escamilla Harrison-Molieri

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Douglas Hill (45) speaks with Amariah Dougby (16) about his experiences as a longterm HIV survivor. They discuss discrimination, education, domestic violence and empowerment.

Patricia Shelton (65) speaks with Kimberly Escamilla (23) about living with HIV, her ideas on healing, and relationships with family and partners.

Leslie Harrison (20) interviews Christian Molieri (37) about experiences with discrimination and being transgender.

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Mora-Lopez Hill, Stevens

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Ed Shaw (76), a longterm HIV survivor, speaks with student Tracy Harrison (23) about living with HIV, AIDS activism, and the civil rights movement. Xiomara Mora-Lopez (51) speaks with her daughter, Samara Lopez (17), about her life living with HIV, being married and having children and the lessons she has learned. Doug Hill (45) and Timothy Lunceford-Stevens (61), both NYC-based HIV activists, discuss activism, politics, and the history of HIV.


   
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