AIDS Awareness

Jenia Frederick & Nathan Hale Talk About the 90 DAYS Film

The Los Angeles Sentinel interviews Directors of the film 90 DAYS at 2016 AIDS Healthcare Foundation event held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA.

A Bakewell Media Production
Executive Producer: Danny J. Bakewell Sr.
Producer: Brandon I. Brooks
Correspondent: Brittany K. Jackson
Director of Photography: Aaron Brumfield

Interview with Tony Wafford of I Choose Life on the CDC’s new Doing It Campaign

What is the Doing It campaign?
The Doing It campaign is a new effort by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to encourage all adults – especially those in communities that are most affected by HIV/AIDS like the Black community – to get tested for HIV. Doing It aims to destigmatize the HIV testing conversation, and to make HIV testing a normal part of our lives.

Keep a Child Alive raises $3.8 for children and families impacted by HIV and AIDS

Keep a Child Alive’s CEO Peter Twyman recently announced that the 12th annual Black Ball, held at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom, raised a total of $3.8 million. The funds will provide HIV treatment, care and support to children, young people and families affected by HIV in Africa and India. Keep a Child Alive’s co-founder, Alicia Keys, hosted the evening and was joined by actor, comedian and director, Chris Rock, who served as the emcee for the night. Additionally, Lenny Kravitz, Wale and LION BABE joined Alicia Keys on stage for unique performance collaborations.