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POZ I AM Radio is a live-to-air podcast sharing positive stories of those living with HIV. The show covers a range of topics related to living with HIV/AIDS in the world today. ​ Hosts Robert Breining and Aaron Laxton are joined by a different guest each week who shares their personal story with the listening audience. Listeners are encouraged to call the hosts at (929) 477-3572 during the live hour broadcast to voice their opinions and share their experiences. ​ Past episodes include memorable interviews with known HIV advocates like Peter Staley and Jack Mackenroth, as well as community influencers focusing on HIV criminalization, campaigns, and local HIV organizations. The podcast airs live on Sundays at 2pm EST.

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Michae Lee Howard was diagnosed with HIV in 2005. Upon his diagnosis he decided to dedicate his life to educating people about HIV, sex positivity, and hopefully be a role model. Michael is also dedicated to reducing stigma surrounding sexual health and HIV. "I believe that by being transparent with my story I can teach others that it is healthy to speak openly about your life and all aspects of it". Michael has had the honor of being featured for the the 2014 re-launch of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS foundation, as well as a CNN news piece on HIV and tattoos.He works at a local ASO that is opening Oregon's first LGBTQ+ Health Center. He is committed to teaching prevention strategies and helping erase stigma. When not working Michael loves photography, writing his bimonthly blog "The A-Z of Michael Lee Howard", being a foody and a horrorphile.
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Bob was diagnosed with AIDS on June 26th of 2000 which was his 50th birthday. Soon after that he moved from the east coast to Oregon, where he found Valley AIDS Information Network (VAIN) as a source of information that he needed... more

Michelle Anderson-Morrison, Ms. Plus America 2011, is first openly HIV positive woman to everrun for and win a national pageant title. Currently she resides in Dallas, Texas and is the CEO/Founder of Metamorphic Empowerment Center,... more

As founder of Prevention Access Campaign, Bruce Richman launched the Undetectable = Untransmittable (#UequalsU)campaign with a group of HIV activists and the world's leading scientists to ensure the most groundbreaking... more

This Sunday January 29th at 2pm EST we will be speaking with Diane Reeve the Author of Standing Strong. Diane first shared her story with us 7 years ago. We are excited to reconnect with her and see what she has been up to.... more

Joseph Gray is a 24 year old who lives in California. Joseph is a recovering addict turned activist. Here is a little about Joseph in his own words. I will never forget the day I was diagnosed with an HIV positive status. I went to ER & they didn't... more

Robert Suttle was convicted under Louisiana's HIV-specific criminal statute after accepting a plea bargain and served six months in a Louisiana prison for HIV non-disclosure to a former partner, with whom he had a contentious... more

This Sunday January 8th at 2pm EST, Robert & Aaron return live for the first POZ I AM Radio show of 2017. In this 30 min special Robert and Aaron will be taking your calls all hour at (929) 477-3572

Derek Canas (AKA D-REK), born a sweet, cute, seemingly healthy baby, had everything going for him until the age of 3 months, when he was surrounded by many doctors talking about transposition of the great arteries, pacemakers, and... more

Wanda Brendle-Moss was diagnosed with HIV in July 2002 at the end of a relationship that had turned deadly violent. A relationship in which the man had failed to tell her that he had previously been involved with an HIV+ girl. Wanda... more
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