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Free Screening of Acclaimed Film, “25 to Life,” in Savannah & Brunswick

The Coastal Health District Prevention Program, the Savannah and Brunswick Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, and Savannah State University Student Development will host a free screening of the acclaimed film, “25 to Life,” in Savannah and Brunswick on the following days and times:

7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.), Wednesday, January 23, Savannah State University Union, Ballrooms A&B.

7 p.m. Thursday, January 24, Brunswick Job Corps Center, 4401 Glynco Parkway.

The events are free and open to the public. The film’s creative team along with William Brawner, whose story is told in the film, will attend the screening and participate in an interactive audience discussion following the screening. Brawner, national speaker and HIV/AIDS activist and Executive Director of the Haven Youth Center, will lead the discussion about ending HIV/AIDS stigma though education, awareness, and Pre-exposure prophylaxis *(PrEP). There will also be free giveaways and refreshments.

*PrEP is a medication taken daily for those identified as high risk for HIV infection.

The mission of the Coastal Health District Prevention Team is to educate communities about the threat of HIV/AIDS and its social impact; advocate for increased HIV/AIDS programs within the community that help improve treatment, provide support and prevention of HIV/AIDS; and eradicate HIV/AIDS stigmas and discrimination.  “25 to LIFE” will help bring awareness to the ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS and will address the tough issues of sex, race, and manhood as well as the effects of silence and secrecy surrounding HIV positive people. William will share his personal story of keeping his HIV positive status a secret for over 25 years and his tireless efforts to end HIV/AIDS stigmas.



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