LiveHopeLove

HIV/AIDS is defined by people: their complex lives, their bravery, their fear, their sadness, their need, their laughter, and their inconsistencies--basically, their rich humanity. LiveHopeLove looked at the universal problems faced by people with HIV/AIDS, through the specific lens of Jamaica, where almost no one is unaffected by the disease. What are the unique realities of this small island state that set its HIV/AIDS sufferers apart from those in the rest of the world? Poet and writer Kwame Dawes traveled to Jamaica to explore the experience of people living with HIV/AIDS and to examine how the disease has shaped their lives. Dawes' poems, inspired by their stories, took this documentary into deep realms of the heart.

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