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As our listeners may know, we pride ourselves in providing you with the facts, and we strive to bring you topics that are important to the community. In this episode of M.A.N. M.A.D.E. RADIO we are discussing the devastating affects the HIV and AIDS viruses have on our communities both individually and as a whole. It seems that as we go from generation to generation our level of sexuality increases tremendously. In this sexually driven society it is our responsibility to save our youth from their own demise. Join host Anah Mae in this heart felt discussion "LIVE in the mischief".
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There are approximately 1.1 million people living with HIV in the U.S.
It is estimated that almost one-fifth (18.1 %) of those people don’t know they are infected.
Since the beginning of the AIDS pandemic, 1.7 million Americans have been infected with HIV and more than 650,000 have died of AIDS.
An estimated 50,000 new HIV infections occur in the U.S. each year.
In 2011, more than 20% of people diagnosed with HIV in the U.S. were women.
The vast majority of newly diagnosed HIV-positive women contracted the virus through heterosexual sex.
In 2010, gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) accounted for 78% of new HIV infections among men and 63% of all new infections although they comprise only 4% of the U.S. male population.
African Americans accounted for 47% of new HIV infections diagnosed in 2011, although they comprise only 14% of the population.
The rate of new HIV infections among black women in 2010 was 20 times that of white women and nearly five times that of Hispanic women.
In 2010, 31% of all new infections occurred among people aged 25–34, followed by individuals aged 13–24 at 26%.
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Hello people, in this show of the Christian Warrior Network, we will continue with part II of our story on Brother Ricks life with this debilitating disease. That affect more people than many would believe.
On a PROGRAMING NOTE, we will be taking Saturday September 27th., off and resuming our broadcast on October 4th, with a visit, live from Brother Rick himself. As he gives us the statics on how his, Lorain County Aids Task Force operates and helps bring awareness and help to residents in our region, right here in Northern Ohio.
Be sure to tune in right here on the Celtic Cross Radio Network every Saturday at 6:00 pm (EST).
Greetings folks, in this episode the oblong table grew and myself will be discussing Aids Awareness. On Saturday morning we will be participating in a community wide Aida awareness walk. So be sure to tune in as we talk about this disease that can and does affect many around our own communities and the around the world.
Only here on the Christian Warrior Network of Celtic Cross Radio. Until show time, God bless and enjoy the day that our Lord created, just for you. (+)
Because February 7th, is the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the show of this week will address the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence against Women and Girls, & Gender–Related Health Disparities.
Data support the need to address not only HIV/AIDS and IPV, but also their intersection:
- Most women living with HIV had experienced IPV
- Among women living with HIV/AIDS, trauma, abuse and violence are associated with less use of antiretroviral medication, decreased medication adherence, and increased risk of death
- HIV infection may trigger or augment physical violence, particularly against women