Listen to personal stories from people who have experienced HIV firsthand and have overcome obstacles to be where they are today. They are the storyteller’s own work, unfiltered through the lens of directors, producers, or journalists who often have their own agenda. Through the connections forged by these individual experiences, we are able to tell a story about the ways we are affected by HIV.
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health communications | May 7, 2014 at 9:11 pm
[…] The Banyan Tree project does a good job of this. The Banyan Tree Project is a “national social marketing campaign to stop HIV/AIDS-related stigma in Asian & Pacific Islander communities.” What is interesting about this is that the storytellers themselves are the ones who create the video. It is truly grassroots in the way that the videos are created – the person telling the story is in the middle of the process and is involved with the production. In this way, the heart of the story remains authentic to the individual person. It isn’t exploited and used to sell products. […]
banyan | Jun 13, 2014 at 9:34 pm
Thanks for the mention!