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Coming back to CWT4R are HIV/AIDS Activist Felix and Paula Sirls. HIV/Aids is still living strong in our community taking our parents, children, friends and our intimacy. For so many years there have been warriors in our community that have been educating, testing the young and old, giving people back their dignity and pride through counseling and motivation. Join us as we talk about the last 30 plus years and how the many success stories have kept our guest motivated and activist in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Also what they are doing now in this fight and what you can do to join and why you need to join this movement of educating about HIV/AIDS. They will also discuss the current movement and what has changed and what is going on in Michigan as it relates to HIV/AIDS .
Listen in as Felix and Paula Sirls return to help us celebrate World Aids Day. This is a team that they both work hard to educate, counsel and pray together with those suffering with HIV/AID and their families. Working at the Institute for Public Health, Felix for over 30 years has help members of the community diagnosed with HIV/AIDS educate them self on the illness. He now is an HIV/AIDS Counselor and tester. While Paula his wife and mother of his children work as a Program Manager for Gospel Against AIDS (GAA) Sometimes helping the body and the mind is just not enough there has to be deeper healing and Paula will talk to us more about that.
Join us if you would like to share with us your story, it may help a stranger or a family. Give the gift of understanding and knowledge to someone that may need it more than you know.
We all must educate ourselves and get involved in this fight against HIV/AIDS there is strength in numbers and the numbers are growing.
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It has been over 30 years since national attention has been drawn to the mystery illness devastating the masses. Sadly, it continues to reign plaguing nation upon nation. HIV/AIDS does not discriminate! It impacts ALL ages and races. We must NOT forget this. Placing it in the depths of our subconscious will not make it go away. Caressa White, Community Education and Outreach Manager and Noshima Darden-Tabb, MSW, LICSW/ Lead Client-centered Care Coordinator of the University of North Carolina Clinical Trials Unit; Patrick Ingram creator of "The POZ Life of Patrick Ingram" series on You Tube and Dr. Krista Johnson, Howard University Associate Professor in the Department of African Studies share their intricate knowledge of the disease in order to empower others nationally and internationally. Stop allowing FEAR to paralyze you!
Knowledge Always Empowers!
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Are you familiar with people who identify as Bugchasers? If someone you love told you their a bug chaser, what would you say to them? What would you say to someone who is actively trying to be HIV+?
In less than 20 minutes, Soul, your host, shares two insights on bug chasing based on his former role as a bug chaser support group co-facilitator. Listen to explore what he asked bug chasers to do BEFORE they became HIV+.
Soul closes this show with a tribute to those who are dieing and have died from AIDS.
World AIDS Day, observed on December 1 every year, is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV, and commemorate people who have died. If you understand how HIV is transmitted, how it can be prevented, and the reality of living wih HIV today, you can use this knowledg to take care of your health and the health of others. You will also help ensure that everyone living with HIV is treated fairly, and with respect and understanding.
November's show will feature the book, One Family's AIDS, by host, J'son M. Lee. One Family’s AIDS is the story of Gene Alexander McCoy - a young, educated African-American man who finds himself in a race for time to make peace with his family and God upon being diagnosed with HIV. The story, told from four different perspectives, chronicles Gene's life as he confronts such issues as HIV/AIDS, family, abandonment and homophobia. With the help of his over-bearing mother, a nurturing grandmother, and an uncle who doesn't feel comfortable talking about Gene's sexuality or disease, we learn the complexities of love and relationships, the damaging results of fear and shame, and how the relentless quest for the truth ultimately leads us back to each other.
Our guest host will be Levon Putney, News Anchor/Reporter at WCBS 880 News.
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Domestic Violence and HIV/AIDS intersect and most people find that surprising. Abusers are usually promiscuous and move around from one relationship to another. Sometimes having multiple relationships.
How does this play into how the STATUS of HIV/AIDS become a part of the conversation?
It is very important to know where you STAND.
“World AIDS Day is a day many of us take time to remember those lost and call us all to action moving forward,” says Darrell Tucci, Chief Development Officer of Desert AIDS Project. “Everyday Heroes is meant to remember and honor the everyday person going to extraordinary lengths to support those living with HIV and to bring an end to the epidemic.”
The Everyday Heroes tradition begins by applauding Linda Sue Rosefsky, Kandy Lee, Brian Vatcher, Mark Jones and Sean Strub. Presented by The Nesteggg Group, Inc., the event took place December 1st, 2014 - World AIDS Day 2014 - in Palm Springs, California.
As a client of Desert AIDS Project himself, Nicholas Snow is honored to have captured this event for the world to appreciate. Please follow Nicholas Snow's Social Networks, and find and support the sponsors of Nicholas Snow Live at this link.
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On December 1, 2014 I remeber all of my clients babies, children, men, women co workers & friends who lost their battle with AIDS. But, they never lost HOPE that one day we will be AIDS FREE. I will continue to PRAY FOR A HEALING AND UNDERSTANDING. Will you volunteer and give your time & money for research, walks, and education?