Khayelitsha: Portrait of a Community in the Age of AIDS
A poster exhibit by South African photographer Gideon Mendel, featuring people on antiretroviral treatment in MSF's program in the township of Khayelitsha, the first ARV program in South Africa's public health sector.
A Long Road to Treatment
A documentary by South Africa's Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) on the struggle of HIV/AIDS activists for access to treatment
Self-portraits by participants in a University of Cape Town HIV/AIDS outreach program employing narrative art therapies (for information on where the life-size originals are on display in New York please visit www.memory-box.org)
NBC anchor John Hockenberry sets out to discover what it was like for National Geographic to film MSF in action in Angola during the famine of 2002 for its series Doctors Without Borders: Life in The Field.
WNYC host Leonard Lopate will moderate a discussion with mental health expert, Carol Etherington, RN, President of the Board of MSF-USA, Nicolas de Torrenté, Executive Director of MSF-USA, and Jean-Hervé Bradol, MD, President of MSF-France.
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