Women Alive Recognized at L.A. City Coordinator's Office; World AIDS Day Documentary
Premiere "Women Alive: Living With HIV"
|Carrie Broadus, Executive Director at City of Los Angeles World AIDS Day Event 2004.|
Women Alive, along with Minority AIDS Project & East Los Angeles Women's Center were honored at the Los Angeles City AIDS Coordinator's World AIDS Day Event for continued service to women living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County. The City of Los Angeles AIDS Coordinator's Office conducted a series of events for World AIDS Day 2004, in conjunction with its twenty sister cities. The focus of this year's event was the UNAIDS Theme, Women, Girls, and HIV
. The goal of the office was to produce a powerful video documenting the lives of women living with HIV/AIDS.
|Women Alive staff at the City of Los Angeles World AIDS Day Event 2004.|
The video showed that the sister cities are joined together in the fight against HIV/AIDS, which does not discriminate by geography or culture. Women Alive staff, clients, and board members participated in the documentary and were able to put a face to the epidemic and create awareness among the African-American and Latina/o communities.
For further information on the video Women Alive: Living with HIV, please contact the Los Angeles City AIDS Coordinator's Office at 213.485.6334 or visit their website at www.lacityaids.org.