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I WON'T GO QUIETLY - BRITISH PREMIERE
Filmscreening and panel discussion


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British premiere of

 

I WON'T GO QUIETLY

6 women, one diagnosis – HIV positive, yet healthy

 

a film by Anne Sono

 

followed by a panel discussion with Anne Sono, Joan Shenton (award winning journalist) and Mike Hersee of HEAL London

 

 

Friday April 25th, 2014 at 6 pm

SOAS, School for Oriental and African Studies, Khalili Lecture Theatre, lower ground floor of Main College Building

Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

 

 

What exactly is HIV? What constitutes AIDS?

Why have predictions about an impending epidemic in Western countries not come to pass?

Why is particularly Africa affected?

How can it be that a sexually transmitted disease allegedly affects 90% of the gay community yet spares heterosexuals in comparison?

How come there are HIV positive people, who are still healthy even decades after their diagnosis?

 

This film is dedicated to the pending questions surrounding HIV. It shows how six very different women cope with this devastating diagnosis and how they regained health for themselves and for their children.

 

Do we have to accept death, just because a doctor tells us that we are going to die?

 


This film will change everything you thought you knew about HIV and AIDS.

Please make sure to reserve your space (binding) for this event, as space is limited!

For more information and reservations, please contact us at:


Anne Blumenthal
Postfach (postbox) 39 01 77
14091 Berlin
Germany

 Tel:0049.30.675 12 6580049.30.675 12 658

 

email: info@bluebell.de

 

net: www.bluebell.de, www.iwontgoquietly.com