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Books of James
Educational DVD Price $100.00

Inspired by a collection of personal notebooks, Books of James is an experimental documentary on ART, AIDS and ACTIVISM. Based on the writing, drawing, video footage and personal revelation of James Wentzy, an artist/activist in New York City, the film illustrates the 30-year timeline from the late 1970s to the present, examining the changes in the social and political landscape of America.
Books of James Director's Cut
Educational DVD Price $295.00

Inspired by a collection of personal notebooks, Books of James is an experimental documentary on ART, AIDS and ACTIVISM. Based on the writing, drawing, video footage and personal revelation of James Wentzy, an artist/activist in New York City, the film illustrates the 30-year timeline from the late 1970s to the present, examining the changes in the social and political landscape of America.
Fight Back, Fight AIDS: 15 Years of ACT UP
Educational DVD Price $295.00

An invaluable history of the activity of ACT UP, Fight Back, Fight AIDS presents footage from the first meeting in 1987 through 2002.
Group
Educational DVD Price $295.00

Nine women meet every Wednesday for 21 weeks in group therapy.
Manual, The
Educational DVD Price $100.00

After twenty four years of treatment and psychiatric institutions, Sonny returns home for a funeral, and attempts to save his seven year old niece from experiencing a similar fate.
TRANSforming Healthcare: Transgender Cultural Competency for Medical Providers
Educational DVD Price $195.00

Medical providers are not required to learn about transgender people during their schooling, so are often ill-prepared to meet the medical needs of this socially and economically vulnerable population.
Voices From the Front
Educational DVD Price $295.00

Voices from the Front, the first feature-length documentary on AIDS activism in America, makes clear the emotional and political effects of community activism using the voices of those directly engaged.
We Are Dad
Sale Price: $175.00

We Are Dad follows the lives of a most unusual family: two white gay pediatric nurses and their family of five foster children. The family has an abundance of both love and complications. Four of the foster children have AIDS. Three are black. Two come from a backwater cult in Oregon. And the whole family has been in the middle of one of the most hotly debated issues in the country – gay adoption.

The Lofton family overcomes insurmountable odds when one of the children, Bert, reverses his HIV status. What should be cause for celebration turns to devastation as the state of Florida threatens to take the boy – now that he’s healthy – away from his family, because his two foster parents are gay men. The resulting fight over this decision by the state of Florida thrust the Lofton family into the mainstream media spotlight, along with an offer by the ACLU to represent their case.