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  • 01:34

    A Frank Discussion About HIV & AIDS

    in Health

    HIV and AIDS have been in the news a great deal lately. According to the CDC, about 1.2 million people in the U.S. are believed to be living with HIV. It is estimated that over 26,000 of those individuals have AIDS. Join your national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton for a very frank discussion about this health concern. We offer real talk for real people.


    Please visit www.letstalkamericawithshanathornton.com. Thank you.   #LTARadio 

  • Desert AIDS Project Unites Community with Desert AIDS Walk 2015

    in Current Events

    People from all "walks" of life come together each year for Desert AIDS Walk benefiting Desert AIDS Project.  In this episode, Nicholas Snow brings you inspiring coverage of the 2015 event, featuirng DAP CEO David Brinkman, Chair of the DAP Board Barbara Keller, Congressman Raul Ruiz, Desert Regional Medical Center CEO Carolyn Caldwell, singer David Hernandez, co-emcees Bella da Ball and Shann Carr, surprise walkers, the Palm Springs Gay Men's Chorus, and more.

    This year, Nicholas was team captain for Eight4Nine Restaurant and Lounge (join this team for 2016), participating for the first time since opening late last summer.  All teams and indiviudal members raised over $300,000 at the 2015 event on October 17th - empowering DAP to continue serving the clients of with an unparalleled range of services including medical and dental care, medications, food, housing, transportation assistance, mental health counseling, and a Community Center with a variety of educational and social activities, including skills-for-living and back-to-work training.

    This episode sponsored by Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.

  • 01:56

    Advocacy Through The Eye Of The Lens w/ Guest - Jeta Amata

    in Self Help

    #TNT 037: In a world filled with frivolous content, no presence of mind and a shorter attention span. So many film-makers are known to create works that purely entertain their audience with no underlining message (and while that isn't a crime)....others have horned their storytelling craft towards educating and using the lens as their medium for ADVOCACY. And Multiple Award Winning Filmmaker, JETA AMATA is one of those, who understands the impact of telling the right stories to effect change in society, as he continues to use his Art as an awareness platform, to tell the stories of those who have no voice. Join The Expressionist - Alex Okoroji LIVE on FRIDAY RADIO SPECIAL, 20 November 2015 @ 9pm GMT | 10pm WAT |  11pm CAT | 1pm PST | 4pm EST | with Nigerian Filmmaker all the way from California, in an Unrehearsed, Unscripted Conversation about how and why he uses his lens to empower others. 

    It's Interactive, so feel free to join the conversation. You can CALL IN +1 (215) 383-3766 to Comment, Ask a question or Contribute. You can also call in via Skype for FREE, tweet @AlexOkoroji , WhatsApp your comments or use the LIVE Chat Room.


    I Love You For Listening. Xx

  • 01:00

    Luvenia Jackson- Impacting the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS

    in Women

    Meet Luvenia Jackson, this powerful women wants to change the perception of how we the community, view people living with HIV/AIDS. Luvenia has seen first hand what her unlce had to go through once his disclosed his diagnosis.  Tune in and support this women and listen to her truth.

  • 00:50

    Sheryl Lee Ralph's DIVA Talk Radio Aids Awareness Show

    in Entertainment

    Join Award Winning Actress, Singer, Author and Philanthropist Sheryl Lee Ralph on her new radio show as she talks Life, Love, Self Growth, Wellness and Empowerment as she redefines DIVA. Divinely .Inspiring .Victoriously. Alive.

    Sheryl Lee Ralph’s show is fun, witty, topical, important, full of great guests…and always thoughtful with the original Dreamgirl herself from the Broadway Hit. The Sheryl Lee Ralph D.I.V.A. Talk Show ~ Real Talk, every Saturday at  2pm EST on WXRP Radio! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wxrpradio  or dial in LIVE 347-633-9769


    This week we will discuss AIDS AWARENESS  and Charlie Sheen. This is not the AIDS of 1980. We have come a long way and learned so much. Getting tested and treated is easier than ever.  Live a Full Life.


    Learn from someone who has promoted awareness and shared medical updates for over 35 years through her foundation DIVA SIMPLY SINGING.  


    DIVA Talk Radio Produced by Sheila Robinson.  For more info contact Real Talk Radio @ DivaTalkRadio@gmail.com. If you have ideas to share for the show and or would like to be on the show you can reach the producer at 303 419-5182.

  • 02:01

    Pozitively Dee will host Kyle Goffney Discussion talking about PrEP & HIV/AIDS

    in Lifestyle

    Kyle Goffney is a model, inspirational, and knows to take care of his sexual health. He is not ashame of saying who he is and he definitely is not afraid of sleeping with those living with HIV. On Saturday 11/28/15 4:30pm Mountain Time Kyle will be on Pozitively Dee HIV/AIDS Discussion talking about PrEP, HIV, getting tested, love ones he's lost and why so many are still contacting HIV. Join the discussion 347-855-8118 or listen online @ www.blogtalkusa.com


  • 01:24

    Pozitively Dee HIV/AIDS Discussion will be about the transgender community.

    in Lifestyle

    Pozitively Dee HIV/AIDS Discussion at 4:30pm Mountain Time will be about the transgender community. We wiill discuss the discrimination and how society treats transgender, the murders and HIV. We are all human beings, shouldn't we all be treated the same? Why should it matter to anyone how someone lives their own life? Call in and join the discussion 347-855-8118 or listen online at www.blogtalkusa.com at 4:30 pm Mountain Time. I would love to hear what you have to say. Nancy Duncan

  • 01:56

    Sunday Round Table presents AIDS Awareness Month

    in Radio

    Hey everyone...  As you may or may not know, this is AIDS Awareness Month.  On this show, we are going to take a moment to express our thoughts and feelings about our experiences with this, how to prevent the transmission of this, as well as different treatment options that are available.  We are here to offer support for those that are affected by this, friends and family included! Show starts at 7p Pacific, 8p Mountain, 9p Central, and 10p Eastern.  The number to call in is (347)857-4391 & be sure to press (1) to be cued in to speak with us!!!  Sunday Night at the Round Table is brought to you by Team Boom & Sponsored by Blog Talk Radio!!!!

  • 01:53

    Pozitively Dee a Discussion about HIV/AIDS

    in Health

    Today Pozitively Dee HIV/AIDS Discussion at 4:30 pm Mountain Time will have Reverend William Francis on helping to address HIV in the church why it's not discussed and why it should be discussed. And Pastor Savalas R. Squire Sr. will be on discussing the Healthy Church Conference. Call in and join the talk 347-855-8118 your opinion matters and we would love to hear it. You can also listen online at 4:30 pm Mountain Time


  • 00:58

    Pozitively Dee a Discussion about HIV/AIDS: With guest Lolisa Gibson-Hunte

    in Motivation

    Today Pozitively Dee HIV/AIDS Discussion will have Lolisa Gibson-Hunte on the show. Discussing her life, how she over came finding out she was HIV positive at 17 years old with a viral load greater than 100,000 and how she's doing now. Call and join me at 4:30 pm Mountain Time 347-855-8118 or listen online at 4:30 pm Mountain Time at www.blogtalkusa.com

    There are so many questions people have about HIV and sex and why some are afraid to have sex or even just date a person with HIV. If there's anyone that has any questions on this subject please inbox me to let me know you'll call in to be on the show tonight. And you can't say you don't have questions because everyone does. Get the knowledge about it at 7:30 pm. Educate yourself family and friends. Knowledge is power. 

  • 00:55

    Desert Migration: A Post-Apocalyptic Gathering of Survivors of the AIDS Epidemic

    in Movies

    Producer/Host Nicholas Snow calls the documentary film Desert Migration "a post-apocalyptic gathering of survivors of the AIDS epidemic."  In this episode, Snow welcomes the film's writer/director Daniel Cardone in advance of a Palm Springs-area benefit screening of the powerful film. Desert Migration was shot entirely in and around Palm Springs, featuring 13 gay men who moved to the city over the course of the last three decades to deal with their HIV+ status. But is this environment, with its tolerant population and constant sunshine, enough to eradicate the grief they carry within them, and strengthen them against the medications slowly poisoning their bodies?  The film was an official selection at Frameline, LA OutFest, the Austin Gay & Lesbian international Film Festival, the Paris LGBT Film Festival and CinemaQ. 

    This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.