Monica Johnson and Tamela King, featured in the documentary "deepsouth," run HEROES, a Louisiana program for people with HIV.

 Clare Housing, Minnesota's largest provider of housing for people living with HIV/AIDS, will host a free screening of "deepsouth" at the Minneapolis Public Library at 5:30 p.m. next Wednesday, April 3. Filmmaker Laura Biagiotti and Kathie Hiers, head of AIDS Alabama, will present the documentary exploring HIV in the rural South, which has the highest HIV mortality rate, fastest growth and least access to resources, according to Hiers.

Space is limited. RSVP at www.clarehousing.org

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