Resources: HIV/AIDS Education Videos
December 1, 2001
Most of the following video titles were obtained from CDC's National Prevention Information Network (NPIN), unless otherwise noted. Other sources include The NAMES Project, Cable Positive, The Michigan Education Materials Center, Balm in Gilead, The National Latina Health Network, and The National Minority AIDS Council. AAWH is not responsible for and does not necessarily endorse the content of these videos. Note: see list of films.
Children and AdolescentsCome Sit by Me
1997. Teaching your young child about compassion in the face of AIDS; For primary ages; Comes with 25 coloring books. Channing L. Bete Company, Inc. (800) 628-7733.
Smart Sex: How to Protect Yourself in the Age of AIDS
U neeD 2 Kno
1997. Informing teens about HIV. The Michigan Education Materials Center (800) 214-8961.
AIDS & Your World
The Andre Show
Soft Smoke: AIDS in the Rural West
Straight Up Life
Students and TeachersBeginnings: You Won't Get AIDS
1997. Dispelling misconceptions about how AIDS is contracted. For grades 3-6; Comes with 25 activity books. Channing L. Bete Company, Inc. (800) 628-7733.
AIDS: Facts for Kids
The Choice Is Yours: Avoiding HIV/STDs
The Science of HIV
AIDS: Everything You Should Know
All CommunitiesA Roll of the Dice: What Men Need to Know about STDs and AIDS
1991. Informing men of the dangers of unprotected sex. New York Department of Health (518) 474-5370.
HIV/AIDS: It Can Happen to Me
Health Shots: A Wayward Glance
Lest We Forget
ReligiousRude Awakenings: Spiritual Support in the Time of AIDS
1996. Illustrates the role spirituality can play in the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS. Fanlight Productions (617) 469-4999.
The Heart of the Matter Video and Training Guide
African AmericansBlood Sisters, Breaking the Silence About HIV/AIDS
1998. Features a support group for African American women of all ages. AIDS Research Project (510) 874-7850.
Cable Positive NAACP Series: House on Fire, Sister's Keeper, Coming to Life
HIV/AIDS and African Americans
Latinos/HispanicsIn Our Own Words: Teens and AIDS (En Nuestras Propias Palabras: Los Jovenes y el SIDA)
1995. Young people with AIDS informing adolescents about HIV. Media Works (978) 282-9970.
La Tardeada (The Afternoon Party)
Life Is What You Make It: Live Life!
Asians and Pacific IslandersNot a Simple Story/Out in Silence: AIDS in the Asian Pacific American Community
1994. Stories of two Asian Americans who have been infected with HIV. Filmakers Library (212) 808-4980.
WomenHIV and Pregnancy: What Every Woman Should Know
1998. Informs women about pregnancy and HIV. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (202) 638-5577.
Living Positive: Women and AIDS
She Didn't Know
Homosexuals/BisexualsA Decade of AIDS
1996. Discusses the impact of HIV/AIDS on the gay community. AIMS Media (800) 367-2467.
In Our Own Words: Dispelling the Stereotypes
Health Care Workers/CliniciansTaking a Sexual History: Clinical Strategies for Assessing HIV Risk
1997. Clinicians interviewing patients about their sexual history. Fanlight Productions (617) 469-4999.
Both Ends Burning
Healers of 400 Parnassus
This article was provided by American Association for World Health. It is a part of the publication I Care ... Do You? Youth and AIDS in the 21st Century.
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