Red Red Red

Dublin Core

Title

Red Red Red

Subject

AIDS Activism, AIDS Criminalization

Description

Red Red Red is a personal and political film about a law in Iowa that severely limits the social liberties of people with HIV. Eclectic in the presentation of its rhetoric, the film also considers broader questions like the contemporary state of queer politics, the dimensions of an identity for HIV positive persons and how it is that a Iowan convenience store chain came to called Kum N' Go. David worked with me as a fellow AIDS scholar, and now collaborates with me and others in the collective, What Would an HIV Doula Do?

Creator

David Oscar Harvey

Publisher

Date

2008

Is Referenced By

Ghosts caught in our throat: of the lack of contemporary representations of gay/bisexual men and HIV, David Oscar Harvey

Moving Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Film

Duration

24 minutes, 24 seconds

Files

redredredthumb.jpg

Citation

David Oscar Harvey, “Red Red Red,” VHS Activism Archive , accessed August 12, 2022, https://activismvhs.omeka.net/items/show/4.

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