A group of Michigan State students traveled to South Africa, a nation abnormally stricken by HIV/AIDS, to build and strenghten a youth center aimed at helping children whose lives have been affected by the disease. This short documented their work and the relationships that formed among a group of daring U.S. students and a courageous African community.

It was produced, filmed and directed by my friend and former Dispatch intern Sarah Frank, who attended MSU before heading to the New School in New York to study documentary filmmaking.