But Williams looks to continue to build relationships for the film, specifically with other like-minded organizations, funders, and influencers.
Recently, he launched a crowd funding campaign on to help drive awareness as well as fundraise for the project, and seeks to acquire $35,000.
(Photo by Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post) A daily pill that drastically cuts the risk of contracting HIV has transformed how gay men talk about the disease, even to the point where the prophylactic drug is casually mentioned in dating-site profiles.
Now the District is embarking on the nation’s first campaign to make this preventive measure as widespread among black women, the second-most-likely group to contract the virus in a city still battling an AIDS epidemic.
While new cases are declining, nearly 2 percent of D. residents are living with the virus — one of the highest rates in the country.