In this chapter the research team discusses the importance of a report in video form, complementing the text-based report. Quimera worked with
NASTAD to develop a video report based on a year-long qualitative research project investigating responses of health departments and community-based organizations to the HIV/AIDS crisis among Latino gay men in the U.S. The video report mirrors the written report: A Través de Nuestros Ojos (Through Our Eyes): Promoting Health and Social Equity to Address HIV/AIDS Among Latino Gay Men.
This video report was the first video report funded by the National Institutes for Health Office of AIDS Research, and one of the first by NIH.
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Quimera worked with
NASTAD (National Association of State and Territorial AIDS Directors) to develop this video for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Congresswomen Maxine Waters, Barbara Lee, and Donna Christensen discuss the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls in the US and the importance of addressing health disparities as part of the national strategy.
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