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HIV/AIDS Video Stories

Real Talk: Living with HIV and AIDS

HIV/AIDS Video Stories

The effects of HIV and AIDS are global, but the stories are personal. Black or white, rich or poor, adult or child… HIV and AIDS do not discriminate. The stories here are used to reduce stigma, raise awareness, promote prevention, encourage testing and enhance care. See how others have been affected by HIV and AIDS in our HIV/AIDS video series.

Domestic Violence Video HIV/AIDS Video Stories

NYS Department of Health – HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma

Deah: Born With HIV

The Announcement (Magic Johnson) featuring a young Hydeia Broadbent

Catching Up With Hydeia, the 11 Year Old Oprah Show Guest With AIDS

SistahGirl: Black Women & HIV/AIDS Documentary First Look

Diva: A short documentary about Rae Lewis-Thornton

Rae Lewis-Thorton – The Face of AIDS (Part I)

Rae Lewis-Thorton – The Face of AIDS (Part II)

Marvelyn’s Story

Sharon: Native American Living With HIV

Personal perspective: A HIV-positive family

Publisher Bobby Henry: When Daddy’s Little Girl is HIV Positive

Odell’s Story

Follow-Up: A Woman Who Was Knowingly Infected with HIV

How One Woman Confronted Her Gay Husband About His Sexual Double Life

The Effects and Affects of HIV and AIDS

Real Talk: Living with HIV and AIDS video series is a compilation of first-person stories told by people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. These stories are used to reduce stigma, raise awareness, promote prevention, encourage testing and enhance care.


HIV Hotlines

For additional HIV Hotline listings, please visit our HIV/AIDS Resource Directory.


Support Groups

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC’s HIV mission is to prevent HIV infection and reduce the incidence of HIV-related illness and death, in collaboration with community, state, national, and international partners. CDC’s programs work to improve treatment, care, and support for persons living with HIV and to help build capacity and infrastructure to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

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Hotline Phone Numbers

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
1-866-331-8453 (TTY)

In New York City ONLY
Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-621-HOPE (4673)
Crime Victims Hotline: 1-866-689-HELP (4357)
Rape & Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-212-227-3000
TDD phone number for all hotlines: 1-866-604-5350

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