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4th(2002)



We Care: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS

Alexandra Juhasz

  • USA
  • 1990
  • 32min
  • Beta
  • color

How much knowledge do you have about HIV/AIDS? You might be concerned that you could be infected simply by shaking hands or from an embrace. What do you think about being splashed with saliva or sharing towels or toothbrushes? Most of all, you should recognize that you can be never be infected with HIV in any of these cases. Do not accept the lies that come from contempt and prejudice towards people affected by HIV/AIDS. We Care is an educational video that lets us learn the facts and the false myths about AIDS. If you cast away prejudice and contempt, the sufferings and alienation of others can be reduced. (Kim Sun-ah)

Director

  • Alexandra JuhaszAlexandra Juhasz

    Associate Professor of Media Studies at Pitzer College, with a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from NYU. Her works include documentaries and alternative video. Her subjects include activism and the history and representation of AIDS, feminism and gay depiction in the media. She has taught at NYU, Swarthmore and Bryn Mawr College on women and film, feminists, and women’s documentaries. She has written multiple articles on feminism and AIDS. She produced the feature film, The Watermelon Woman, as well as nearly fifteen educational documentaries on feminist issues.

Credit

  • ProducerAlexandra Juhasz