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Screening of A Grandmother's Tribe

Event Date: 
May 10, 2012 - 06:00 - 09:05

Join me at FHI 360 for the film "A Grandmother's Tribe" on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 6pm with a reception to follow.
Voiceless Children is proud to be a part of this event and discussion on global public health and HIV/AIDS. A Grandmother's Tribe film examines the lives of Grandmothers and their roles as caregivers in communities that have been devastated by HIV/AIDS.

Location:
FHI 360 Globe Theater 1927 Florida Avenue NW, Washington D.C
1927 Florida Avenue NW
Washington D.C, Washington D.C
United States

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Kenyan Photojournalist: http://t.co/pMbHP39v via @youtube
Kenyan Photojournalist
youtu.be/V7xbiCa3RmE
VOA's Paul Ndiho talks to photojournalist Felix Masi about his focus on covering social ills surrounding his community.

“One’s personal story demonstrates that strength is built through struggle and hardship, personal experiences drive one to touch lives of countless others who have had to confront their own challenges”.
Felix Masi
Documentary photojournalist/Co-founder

VOA's health correspondent Linord Moudou discusses HIV & African grandmothers.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikjcBfO9C44&feature=player_embedded — at Voice Of America.

“One’s personal story demonstrates that strength is built through struggle and hardship, personal experiences drive one to touch lives of countless others who have had to confront their own challenges”.
Felix Masi
Documentary photojournalist/Co-founder

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