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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....
Welcome to SNUFA
Self-avocacates come join us you may sign up as indvisuals or group. Self-avocacy groups come be apart of SNUFA Lets make friends your voice is important let it be heard. Special Needs United Friendship and Advocacy and SNUFA Radio is here for you. Become a member today.
SNUFA We disided to Sponsor the 2015 Self-advocacy Conferece/Advocating Change Togeher. We will be there in 2015
Questions to be asked
1. Staff turn over how does it effect you in your daily life.
2. Do you live on your own or a group home are you happy with the sevices that are prvided to you.
3. Do you feel that individuals treat you with respect.
4. Are you listened to when it comes to your needs and wants.
5. If you were going to ask the President a question or topic what would it be.
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Special Needs United Friendship and Advocacy
Po. Box 28428
Oakdale , MN. 55128
Join us Sunday night with our youngest Advocate, Savio Reyes.
I came across a video produced by Salvio of his experience at the Million Pibble March this past May on youtube and immedietely wanted him as a guest on The Pit Bull Advocate. Call in with your questions and comments!
Phone lines will be open at showtime 347-838-8615
People across the world mourn the passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but HIV/AIDS Activists are particularly heart-broken at the loss of some of the world's leading researchers in the fight against the disease who were on that flight, enroute to the World AIDS Conference this week in Melbourne (AIDS 2014). In Hot Topics, Nicholas Snow honors the fallen, and in "The Interview", spotlights The Red Ribbon Army Facebook page with over 500,000 members.
In each episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow focuses on "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." The presenting sponsor for this episode is Intervention 911, part of Ken Seeley Communities (Nicholas Snow Productions LLC is honored to also produce the podcast, Intervention 911 with Ken Seeley, available at this link.)
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Junious Ricardo Stanton speaks with Jarrett L. Carter Sr. the founding editor of HBCU Digest who is a stuanch advocate for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is also the founder of HBCU Radio and The Center for HBCU Media Advocacy. Jarrett is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post and a frequent spokesperson for HBCUs on the MSNBC series about HBCUs and other media outlets. Jarrett shares how he got started, why he is so passionate about HBCUs and he discusses the recent HBCU Digest sponsored Media Summitt Countering the Crisis: Media Strategy and HBCU Survival which took place at Dillard University in New Orleans Louisianna Jlu 10-11, 2014 .
How would you react if yor mate came home and told you that they had HIV/AIDS? What does to death do us part mean to you? In todays society so many relationships are based on the artificial. Everybody want that fairytale love. What would you do if you were faced with your mate being terminally ill?
Just as the entertainment industry often recognizes ensemble casts, plays, and movies that are, collectively, greater than the sum of any individual performance, Desert AIDS Project honored a few remarkable films - and some fabulous individuals - at the February 8th, 2014, 20th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards, including And the Band Played On, Boys on the Side, Philadelphia, andd How to Survive a Plague.
Veteran Entertainment Reporter and Actor Nicholas Snow, himself a Desert AIDS Project client, and guest co-host Kristin Johnson, bring you the the most comprehensive coverage of the event available online.
Join the New Nicholas Snow Live Facebook Group and follow @TheNicholasSnow on Twitter! To learn how to interact with Nicholas Snow Live, click here, and for everything Nicholas Snow, visit www.SnowbizNow.com.
Have you ever wondered if your voice counted for something?
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Kimberly Poston Miller, author of the book Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide and JA Advocate. Tami and Kim will talk about the importance of being an advocate for your cause and the best ways to lend your voice to the cause.
Kim will discuss her time in Washington DC, to advocate for Juvenile Arthritis and other ways she has been advocating since the diagnosis of her children with JA.
Catch up on Kim's book by following her blog here.
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Join us as we discuss TRUTH behind statistics and the target of the youth. Also, introducing YOUNG WORLD along with B from Fathers Advocacy.
Lets questions everything, educate ourselves and teach others.
Alice Mazur is a Social Worker. She is married with 6 grown children. She has been involved with the AIDS Mastery Workshop for 24 years and works in the field of HIV which has become her life passion. She is a facilitator for the Mastery, as it is now called. She started a ASO (AIDS Service Organization) in Bennington Vt., is a volunteer at the Damien Center , a center for people living with HIV, in Albany, NY and has facilitated a AIDS Discussion group in Rehoboth Beach DE. She is also a Reiki Master through whom God channels energy and God's love.
Although National Women and GIrls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day was last month, March 10, 2014, it's never too late to talk about HIV/AIDS Awareness. I have the privledge to talk to this beautiful soul, Kecia Johnson, who is a 8 year AIDS survivor. She has been using her life experience as a platform and testimony that you can live a vibrant, normal life despite the stigma of living with full blown AIDS. Being diagnosed 8 years ago at the age of 22, she has become the new face of AIDS. Aside from being an activist, she is also an artist manager and an author! She just released a book entitled "Dying To Be D.I.V.A" meaning Doing It Vivaciously Alone, with another new book available next month. She has been embraced in the music industry because of her positive spirit and choosing to live her life to the fullest and not in secret. She is choosing to educate young girls and young women worldwide. Doing countless interviews, motivational speakings, appearances and the list goes on and on. I'm going to catch up with this fabulous women to hear her full story and see what she has going on now! This should be a story you won't want to miss! If you would like to call in to share a comment or ask a question, the number is (347) 855-8637.
Follow her on Instragram @myfabredlife