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2005 Kaiser Mini-Fellows

Greg Barker, documentary filmmaker, FRONTLINE
Project: Age of AIDS: 25 years of the epidemic
Age of AIDS,” PBS FRONTLINE, May 30, 2006

Tim Collie, senior writer, and Mike Stocker, senior photographer, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Project: AIDS and children in the Caribbean.

Shereen El Feki, healthcare correspondent, The Economist
Project: AIDS in the Middle East–what are the HIV rates and transmission patterns?

Reese Erlich, freelance journalist, Oakland, CA
Project: Brazil’s success in fighting AIDS, and the implications for the U.S.
Report on how activists believe the U.S. could learn about AIDS health care from the Brazilian government. (09/2005)
Story republished with permisson from Latino USA.
Hard to Swallow,” The Monthly, Vol. 36, No. 4. (01/2006)

Andrew Finlayson, news director, WSMV/4, Nashville, TN
Project: AIDS and STDs in Tennessee.
It Can Happen to You: HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee,” WSMV/4, Nashville, TN

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