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AIDS Education in Schools

(Produced by the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the San Francisco Unified School District)

"Teen AIDS: In Focus" won the coveted Cine Golden Eagle Award. It is also available in Spanish: Los Adolescentes y El SIDA

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AIDS Education in the Schools – Video Resources

(Produced by the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the San Francisco Unified School District)

"Teen AIDS: In Focus" won the coveted Cine Golden Eagle Award. It is also available in Spanish: Los Adolescentes y El SIDA.

Teen AIDS: In Focus

This 16-minute video is a gripping documentary of three adolescents who are HIV-positive. The teens talk about their risk behaviors and how having HIV disease has changed their lives. The video also includes scenes from a school-based AIDS-education program called the Wedge in which two men with AIDS come to a classroom and speak frankly about what it feels like to have AIDS and how they deal with their fears about dying. Comes with extensive Teacher Discussion Guide for classroom use.

One copy, $115; 2-5 copies, $90 each; 30-day rental, $60 (Closed-captioned)

If Teen AIDS and Los Adolescentes are purchased together: $175 for both.

Rap'n Down STDs, Drugs and AIDS

This high-energy production demonstrates that serious peer education can be lively and entertaining. It features the popular rap music idiom to warn young people against unsafe sex and the dangers of casual drug use. The Dominators, M.C. Fresh, Riff and Raff, Kool Krush Krew and many other San Francisco groups rap and dance their message of youthful wisdom: "Use protection or just say no." (17 minutes)

One copy, $50; 2-5 copies, $40 each; 30-day rental, $25
If purchased with Teen AIDS or Los Adolescentes, Rap'n Down costs $35 or $150 for both.