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If you saw Our America With Lisa Ling this past Thursday, I will be talking to one of the the guest on the show and that I would consider a long distance friend of mine. With National HIV Testing Day on June 27th, this would be the perfect time to discuss the epidemic of HIV. Bringing the awareness of HIV/AIDS is one of those things that always will need to be discussed and kept on the forefront. Though people are getting tested and wearing condoms there has still be in a rise in HIV/AIDS cases. Tune in for this important interview!
Join Nicky Dare, host of iDARE Radio, exclusive interview in observance of National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) January 27.
Special Guest: Author, singer/songwriter, actor and HIV/AIDS awareness advocate, Nicholas Snow.
"Sometimes it is as much about the destination as it is about the journey, especially when the experience, as a whole, enables a process of rediscovery of self and reevaluation of life. Such idea comes to mind upon reading Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, a new book by foreign correspondent, actor, activist and media personality Nicholas Snow, who delivers a candid story about the power of perseverance, and the necessity of believing in and following one's dreams in spite of all odds." ...Alina Oswald, A&U Magazine
See www.LifePositiveBook.com and www.SnowbizNow.com
Nicky Dare, Host of IDARE Outdoors Radio.
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Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!
Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey
Denise Stokes: Denise is an author, National Speaker and AIDS/HIV Advocate who will speak to us about why we should still care about the Worldwide crisis.
Harrine Freeman: author of "How to Get Out of Debt" and Financial Guru drops by to talk about how to use crowd funding to get your finances on track.
Vanessa Richardson: Playwright and founder of "The Certain Ones" Magazine is here to talk about her newest project "Love Redemption"
All this and more....
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
As Director of Volunteer Services for AIDS Community Resources, Mary Doody has been active in the fight against the spread of AIDS for twenty-three years. She was instrumental in the evolution of the agency from start-up task force responding to the immediate needs of people dying with HIV/AIDS, to a nine-county state-funded service agency now called ACR Health and expanded their services to provide support to people with chronic illnesses. There were no AIDS survivors when Mary began her service in 1990. Now, with prevention and medication, HIV/AIDs has become a chronic illness and positive individuals regularly live into their 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. During her tenure she and volunteers were instrumental developing and expanding supportive programming for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth in Syracuse(1998 – 2004), the Mohawk Valley (2001-2013) and Auburn as well as education to the community.
Truth Talk is a show that deals with barriers to quality of life for vulnerable groups but specifically same gender loving men of color and the people who support them. With this said, HIV is a real important issue to tackle particularly, because HIV has been such an issue for men who have sex with other men.
The host of Truth talk has spent the vast majority of their careers combating HIV on the front lines, so when the opportunity came to do a show, HIV was not at the top of list. Although It has never been the intention of the show to exploit HIV positive people or ignore it all together, as a barrier we thought it is best to deal with the tangential issues that promote HIV transmission and decrease opportunities for viral suppression, as this impact quality of life.
On this episode of Truth Talk, we will break this thing by addressing HIV directly but in a different context. Most people blame lack of knowledge for the spread of HIV, others say self esteem while some say access to condoms. What if these are only tangential reasons? What if you contracted HIV while working in the field of HIV prevention, while knowing the risk and having access or even while managing to have some functional level of self esteem? What would this say about how we ought to be approaching HIV prevention? Challenging stigma? And working with communities.
Join us this Sunday, May 11th, at 1pm EST, as we ponder these questions with special guest HIV prevention expert, holistic life coach, up and coming photographer, and professional poet Louis Ortiz.
This is a remake. The first version had technical problems. Today your host Bob Kirkconnell, author of America Heart of Darkness, will explore AIDS, how it developed and who gets it. The cover story is that a monkey in Africa bit someone and HIV jumped species; and then a gay, promiscuous flight steward from France picked it up somehow and transported it to the Americas. Please, give me a break!
But what is the real story?
Is the purported virus that jumped species even the same virus?
Monkeys and humans have been in close proximity for hundreds of thousands of years. Why did this happen now?
1950 Dr. Lawrence Layton, at the US Army’s Chemical and Biological Warfare Division, began research into promising viral weapons.
Let’s take a look back at the 60”s: most major cities are ablaze, race riots, Vietnam, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, the Black Panthers…what was the CIA’s response?
Jim Jones and Josep Mengele.
1970 Dr MacMahan precisely predicted the HIV virus and the AIDS epidemic.
1970’s witnessed a war between Congress and the CIA. The subject was viral weapons – Senator Sam Ervin and Senator Frank Church.
Nazi connections to Ft Detrick and the People’s Temple.
AIDS in Guyana and Uganda.
CIA placed hundreds of articles stating that evidence of AIDS prior to 1978.
Today there are hundreds of millions of people, mostly of African descent, infected with HIV. The death toll could run in the billions by the end of this century. Is the second holocaust already underway?
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As an HIV/AIDS prevention advocate, here is an introduction to my nonprofit organization and to why this cause matters a great deal to me. I am an HIV- wife, mother, sister, daughter, aunt and good friend to many, who understands that a person doesn't have to be HIV+ to help make a difference.
But until those in my community find thier voices and step up to play thier own individual roles in this fight against new HIV transmissions, particularly amongst our youth, I will be here working diligently with the folks at The Power of T.E.E.N.S., Inc. help bring an end to all human suffering cause by HIV & AIDS.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic is alive and well and if we ignore it now then we will only have to be prepared to deal with it later. According to the CDC, 1 in 5 don't realize that they are a carrier of the virus and it impacts our youth ages 14-24 in large numbers on an annual basis.
If you've never had to count off for any reason, then try it today. It's simple really. Just go to a local shopping center and count as people walk by. One..two..three..four..five. One..two..three..four..five. Your have just theoretically been in the presence of at least two people who are infected with HIV who don't know it! Now that you've had this practice, try counting off the people who are in your life on a daily basis. My question to you is with this knowledge, how can you chose to do nothing? Get tested and have conversations with your children and your family members about the impact of HIV & AIDS on our communities.
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