Race Against Time: AIDS in Africa

The situation of people living and dying with AIDS in parts of Africa is so desperate that even the most basic help will bring solace and help. Former United Nations special envoy for HIV/AIDS Stephen Lewis explains one of Africa's greatest threats — and what we can do about it.

Speakers: Stephen Lewis
Festival: 2007

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