A blog unlike many that is by and about the remarkable true story of a black woman, who through fear and discomfort distanced herself from the reality of HIV/AIDS. This was until she was willingly thrown into a world that while acting was make-believe but she quickly realized that this is – in fact – reality. Now free from stigma she is able to tell the emotional story through her role on and off the stage.
Wilhemina and Dayshal came from their home in Aiken, South Carolina and 5-hours later arrived in Atlanta. Follow them as they march to “KEEP the PROMISE”
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This is the final week of our Kickstarter campaign – Read a message from our Emmy award winning producer June Cross and please back us with whatever you can. Because only with help can we make this film possible. Thank you!
We joined the thousands of people in Washington DC for the XIX International AIDS Conference. It is being held in the United States for the first time in a generation. And we are here! Experience it through our pictures and videos.
Read personal stories from our characters and friends. Real, honest and heart-felt. We would love to hear your comments
South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council and P.O.S.I.T.I.V.E Voices – Supporting us to face our status together.
Rural South Carolina is an unexpected hotspot in the HIV/AIDS crisis: Public Health, Private Pain producers take us into the world of the counselors, the family and the politicians.
South Carolina, once a manufacturing and textile hub, now has one of the nation’s highest unemployment rates. View our photo gallery as we follow Wilhemina Dixon picking peas so she can support her family of six.