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Chiedza's Song: A Documentary Film about Adolescent HIV in Zimbabwe

Chiedza's Song: A Documentary Film about Adolescent HIV in ZimbabweIncluding Q&A with Producer Rashida FerrandLocation: Keohane 4E Atrium, Time: 7 PMFor more information, please contact student coordinator Tatenda Yemeke (email: tatenda.yemeke@duke.edu, phone: 312-756-9426) or Jamal Edwards (email: jamal.edwards@duke.edu, phone: 909-477-9389).Duke Global Health Film Festival (DGHFF) is an initiative launched by Kearsley Stewart, Associate Professor of Global Health and Cultural Anthropology, and Jamal Edwards, a senior majoring in Global Health and Journalism. After attending the world's inaugural Global Health Film Festival, an initiative started by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Lancet, the Royal Society of Medicine, and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Professor Stewart and Jamal were keen on bringing this unique approach to global health to Duke. DGHFF started with a grant from the Duke Africa Initiative and quickly gained support from the Duke Global Health Institute, the Franklin Humanities Institute and many others.

Start Date
Monday, February 22, 2016
Start Time
7:00 pm
Location
Keohane Atrium/University Room 4E