We Are Dad — AIDS 2020
We Are Dad follows the lives of one family: two white gay pediatric nurses and their five foster children—it’s a family with an abundance of both love and complications. Four of the children have AIDS; three of the youngsters are African American; and the two white children have been careening through the foster care system after coming out of a backwater cult in Oregon. Their compelling story unfolds against the backdrop of a hotly contested issue in America—and especially in the family’s home state of Florida: whether LGBTQ couples are “suitable” as adopting parents. This bracing film follows the dads’ struggles to overturn both legal and emotional prejudices while building a stable and loving home for their diverse family.
- This is a free digital screening, available to view between Thursday, June 25 12:01am – Friday, July 10, 11:59pm.
- We suggest viewing during the dates of the AIDS 2020: Virtual conference, July 6-10.
- Get access by reserving a free ticket.
- Language: English