The Road We Know
Sexual decisions have deadly consequences. Can a small group of college students from Botswana challenge conventional wisdom about AIDS in Africa to save their generation? THE ROAD WE KNOW explores the impact of HIV/AIDS in Botswana through the efforts of these young adults who boldly advocate for behavior change to save lives. Facing cultural taboos and difficult travel, this small group sets out across the nation for five weeks with three tents, one car, and a radical solution to save lives.
Celebrated as one of the most stable and prosperous of African countries, Botswana is also handicapped by the world’s second-highest HIV infection rate. AIDS has a devastating impact there, where one-quarter of the population is infected. This epidemic has created thousands of orphaned children and reduced the overall life expectancy of Botswana by more than 20 years. Yet, many there won’t often speak about their HIV status or encourage candid conversation about sexual behavior and HIV.
Our film screened at the Justice Film Festival on February 24th, 2013.
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