Gay Black Christians Find a Place at Capitol Hill Church
Gay black African Americans in the D.C. area have found a place to be religious and fit in at the Inner Light Ministries church in the Capitol Hill area. Many say they didn't feel accepted within their communities and at their old churches, but now they've found a place to be religious and be themselves.
Wanda Sykes: I'ma Be Me - Gay vs. Black
Wanda's take on how it would be if you had to come out black instead of gay. This scene is taken from her stand up comedy routine "I'ma Be Me" from HBO.
9 and 1/2 Minutes
The 30-second TV public service ad (PSA), "9 1/2 Minutes," features the powerful message that right here, in the United States, every nine-and-a-half minutes, someone's brother, mother, sister, father or neighbor is infected with HIV. One in five people with HIV do not know they are infected. This PSA is designed to raise awareness.
Being Black and Gay in America
A group of gay black men gather to speak about their common experiences of being black and gay in America.
Coming Out Gay To Black Parents- Sampson (Stand Up Comedy)
Openly Gay Stand Up Comedian Sampson, talks about coming out gay to parents in the African American Community.
Being Gay In the Black Church- Sampson (Standup Comedy)
Openly Gay Stand Up Comedian Sampson, performing his show "Don't Make Me Take Off My Earrings" at The DC Arts Center, talking about the Black Church and Homosexuality.
We Were Here
We Were Here revisits San Francisco a decade later, as its flourishing gay community is hit with an unimaginable disaster.
We Were Here is the first documentary to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco. It explores how the City’s inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, that epidemic.
Though a San Francisco-based story, We Were Here extends beyond San Francisco and beyond AIDS itself. It speaks to our capacity as individuals to rise to the occasion, and to the incredible power of a community coming together with love, compassion, and determination.
Produced and directed by David Weissman
Editor/ co-director Bill Weber
Visit the movies website http://wewereherefilm.com/
Out at the Movies, Winston-Salem, partner with the 13th annual RiverRun International Film Festival in promoting the screening of the 2011 documentary, We Were Here, which takes a reflective look at the arrival and impact of AIDS in early 1980′s San Francisco. It is being screened on Friday, April 15th, 3:30 PM at a/perture cinema, Saturday, April 16th, 12:30 PM at UNCSA’s ACE Theatre Complex, and Sunday, April 17th, 10:00 AM at a/perture cinema. Tickets for We Were Here and all of the other wonderful RiverRun selections can be purchase Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at The Stevens Center box office, by phone 336.721.1945 or at www.riverrunfilm.com. For more information, visit www.riverrunfilm.com.
The April 16th screening will be immediately followed by a Q & A with Dr. Stan Link. He began seeing patients with HIV in 1981 when the first cases were being reported and has been involved ever since.
Marteniz's Deciding Moment
Watch Marteniz's Deciding Moment and then read about it at Greater Than's Deciding Moment page. What's your 'Deciding Moment'? Share it by clicking here
Teresa's Deciding Moment
Watch Teresa's Deciding Moment and then read about it at Greater Than's Deciding Moment page. What's your 'Deciding Moment'? Share it by clicking here
Andre's Deciding Moment
Watch Andre's Deciding Moment and then read about it at Greater Than's Deciding Moment page. What's your 'Deciding Moment'? Share it by clicking here
Jamie Foxx & Queen Latifah "Pass The Word"
This is a really cool commercial that promotes getting tested for HIV. There is "No Fear, No Shame, and No Doubt" in getting tested. Please pass the word.
We Are Members...
Educational Awareness Project about the prevention and risk reduction of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).