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Friday, March 10, 2017

On the horizon this Month.

It's one thing to know about HIV, but it is another thing to see and speak with actual people living with the disease, and to hear their story.

"Every year 50,000 Americans are still diagnosed with HIV, and nearly half of them live in the South. The film tells the story of one family’s struggle with HIV. Despite facing institutional and personal obstacles every step of the way, 62-year-old Wilhemina Dixon works tirelessly to combat the stigma associated with the virus and to care for her daughter and granddaughter, both HIV-positive.
If you happen to be in Baltimore this weekend , please stop by and hear one person's great story and support the cause
This program is free with the purchase of museum admission or museum membership. You may purchase tickets at the door.


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