"Wilhemina's War" Presented by the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
In observance of World AIDS Day, the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. is hosting a FREE screening of the documentary film "Wilhemina's War."
The film explores the lives of Southern African American women and families living with HIV/AIDS. Directed by Emmy Award winning journalist and Professor June Cross, Wilhemina's War is an intimate, personal narrative that tells the story of one family's struggle with HIV over the course of five years.
The screening will be held on Sunday, December 4, 2016, 2:30pm in the Kaufman Theatre located inside the beautiful downtown Chrysler Museum, 1 Memorial Place, Norfolk, VA. The museum is a handsome, mid-sized performance hall that comfortably seats 375 persons.
The movie screening is FREE and open to the community. Individuals, organizations and groups are encouraged to attend.
For more information, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and place in the subject line: Wilhemina's War or call 757-675-8550.
Wilhemina’s War is provided for complimentary community screening’s courtesy of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation Black AIDS Crisis Task Force (ABACT). For more information go to www.aidshealth.org
"...a poignant, eye-opening documentary that truly sheds light on the ongoing struggles we face in combatting HIV stigma and the lingering barriers that prevent people living with AIDS from accessing care and treatment." - Cynthia Davis, Chair, AIDS Healthcare Foundation's Board of Directors