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Russ Letica, Board Member and Co-Chair of the WnT Radio Committee, and Natalie Brown, WhispernThunder Board Secretary, will host this informative and educational program about the imporrant topic of HIV/AIDS in Indian Country. This program on HIV/AIDS will express opinions concerning the stigma, the level of stigma and reasons for stigma. WnT will present accurate facts concerning the severity of this disease in our communities as they are today. National Nativ
Join us Saturday morning 13th April 2013 at 7am BST 08:am zambian time on Crossfire Radio , we bring you the Paul Kasonkoma , the HIV/AIDS activist who has just been released from jail after being accused of campaigning for Gay rights in zambia . He has sued the Zambian Govt while he still stands accused himself . We find out , Who is Paul Kasonkoma and what what does he stand for ! Join us for an exciting show .. Listen on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire
HIV has been an around for approximately 30 years. Without the proper precautions the infection rate continues to climb. Let's educate ourselves and our youth. Join us as we discuss The Virus, with an HIV activist who happens to be HIV Positive.
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Join Nicholas Snow and Kristin Johnson for exclusive comprehensive coverage of the 2013 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards Gala. Walking the Red Carpet: Stephanie J. Block, Melissa Etheridge, Morgan Fairchild, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Megan Hilty, Lainie Kazan, Queen Latifah, Ray Leeper, Mario Lopez, Greg Louganis, Lorna Luft, Matthew Morrison, Danielle Bisutti and more! As one of the signature fundraisers for Desert AIDS Project, the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards last year raised more than $1.4 million for client services.
Desert AIDS Project serves people living with HIV and AIDS by providing comprehensive support, including medical care, case management, and social services, like food, housing, and counseling. D.A.P. also offers free and confidential HIV testing at a number of locations throughout the communities it serves.
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WORLD AIDS DAY is on Saturday December1, 2012 and we will be discussing some FACTS .....some MYTHS but more importantly we will be encourgaing everyone to be in the KNOW....WHAT is YOUR STATUS.....we are all responsible for our own HEALTH and even when we do not belive that we are living a RISKY lifestyle we can not be sure of what our partners are doing.....let's explore what being RESPONSIBLE is really ABOUT!!!!!
Let's send a special shout out to all those that have Birthday's in the Month of MARCH. HAPPY BIRTHDAY FROM THE WOMAN WITHIN ME NETWORK !!!!!
ALL THE MONTH OF MARCH WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HIV/AIDS AND GIVING OUT SOME INFORMATION ON HOW AND WHERE YOU CAN GET A FREE TEST DONE. WE WILL ALSO BE STREAMING LIVE EDUCATIONS SESSIONS FROM MEN AND WOMEN FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND FROM OTHER COUNTRIES ALSO..SO TUNE IN AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
LETS PROTECT OURSELF!! GET EDUCATED TODAY ON WAYS TO PROVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING TO YOU OR A LOVED ONE...
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www.thewomanwithinme.weebly.com and lets not forget we do have a contact number to call us if you would like to invite us to your city, church, ministry, or your womens group. That number is 919.213.1341....
Our Host is Prophetess Shareta Berry she is the Sr. Pastor of Destiny Apostolic Int'l Worship Center. She is also the founder of Proclaiming Your Destiny Int'l Ministries which is a 501c3 Non-Profit Org located in Durham NC. She is also the founder of Young Ladies with Vision also located in Durham NC. You can visit the websites at www.pydestinyintlmin.org and www.youngladieswithvision.webs.com. To contact Prophetess Shareta call 919.237.9141 ext. 5.
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
HIV is transmitted by anal, vaginal and oral sex, blood transfusion, contaminated hypodermic needles, exchange between mother and baby during pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. It can be transmitted by any contact with an infected person’s bodily fluid that contains the AIDS virus in it. Body fluids are identified as blood, semen, vaginal fluid, seminal fluid, , and breast milk.
First case of AIDS in America was June 1981. From 1981 to 2001 -- 1.4 MILLION persons in United States were infected with HIV. A Feburary 13, 2013 report states that Baton Rouge, La has the highest incidence of HIV/AIDS in America. The number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in Louisiana increased by 12 percent from 2010 to 2011.Seventy-one percent of the newly diagnosed HIV patients were men. Seventy-four percent were black.
As of December 31, 2010, a cumulative total of 30,876 HIV/AIDS cases have been reported in Louisiana, including 316 pediatric cases; cumulative number of deaths reported to the Louisiana Office of Public Health through December 31, 2010,was 12,755 including 103 deaths among pediatric cases.
Currently,a total of 18,308 persons are living with the HIV/AIDS diagnosis in Louisiana. Treatment is expensive and too many are deemed ineligible for assistance because of incarceration, income of $23000/yr and having third-party insurance.
Joins us, Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi on Wednesday, Dec 12th at 9:30 central time as we open the lines and talk with people who are enjoying life and they have HIV/AIDS. Also if you have lost someone to AIDS or is their lifeline. Please join us as we celebrate you all.Just like our guest, from our last show Felix, Paula and Hank from Michigan said they are alive and living a full life.If you missed that show they may join us again and if not they will be with us through our co-host Michelle.
World AIDS day is December 1st. This show is dedicated to the families that have lost loved ones to this epidemic. AIDS is a universal disease and it has impacted many families, communities, cities, states and nations. The Burns, Taylor and Roberson family will share with us there candid testimony on how AIDS has impacted there lives. As they share with us please share this episode with your family and friends. Together we can make a difference! We do not have lose anyone else to this ep