Hope: Living & Loving With HIV In JamaicaUnited States2008,Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

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In 2007, poet and writer Kwame Dawes made five trips to Jamacia to learn about the impact of HIV and AIDS there. He talked to both people with HIV and people in the medical community fighting the disease. Based on the stories he collected, Dawes wrote 22 poems, which he calls “anthems of hope and alarms of warning.” Hope: Living & Loving With HIV In Jamaica is a multimedia story that combines those poems with video, audio, images, and music

 

In 2007, poet and writer Kwame Dawes made five trips to Jamacia to learn about the impact of HIV and AIDS there. He talked to both people with HIV and people in the medical community fighting the disease. Based on the stories he collected, Dawes wrote 22 poems, which he calls “anthems of hope and alarms of warning.” Hope: Living & Loving With HIV In Jamaica is a multimedia story that combines those poems with video, audio, images, and music

Production Country: 
United States
Production Year: 
2008
Subject: 
Central American and Caribbean Cultures and Issues
Health and Mental Health
Platform: 
Website
Purpose: 
Commission
Issue Driven
Educational
User Experience: 
Branching Narrative
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