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Published on Nov 14, 2010
AIDS Vancouver Board Member, Bradford McIntyre, a long term survivor living with HIV since 1984, discussed the film Parting Glances and shared his own experience living with HIV on November 12th, 2010 at Pacific Cinematheque as part of AIDS Vancouver's We Care Red Ribbon Month. Bradford has been working tirelessly to help increase AIDS awareness to help prevent the stigma and silence that often accompanies the virus. You can read more about Bradford on his website at http://www.posiitvelypositive.ca/
Parting Glances was made in the USA in 1986 by Director: Bill Sherwood Cast: Richard Ganoung, John Bolger, Steve Buscemi, Adam Nathan, Kathy Kinney
AIDS Vancouver is proud to announce the We Care Red Ribbon Campaign during the month of November 2010. This month has officially been proclaimed Red Ribbon Month throughout the City of Vancouver by Mayor Gregor Robertson and City Council. With innovative events and public outreach throughout November, the We Care Red Ribbon Campaign will focus on the importance of safe sex and breaking down the silence and stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. The We Care Red Ribbon Campaign intends to galvanize the Vancouver community to "Spread The Love, Stop The Virus." To find out more about the campaign visit www.red-ribbon.ca.
The We Care Red Ribbon Campaign is grateful for the support from: City Of Vancouver Transit Shelter Advertising, TV Week, Georgia Straight, Capers/Wholefoods, Granville Island Brewing Company, Cineworks and Pacific Cinematheque.