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It is a known fact the USA gets a big fat “F” for poor sex education in schools! Let’s face it, the CDC states that 1 out of every 4 new HIV infections reported is a young human life between the ages of 13 and 24! Regardless of your beliefs in sex education (abstinence only or more comprehensive approaches) this nation is facing a serious public health crisis and something has to be done about it! So we are bringing to you two amazing young high school leaders who are paving the way for HIV prevention and awareness in their high school! Attention school administrators and educators across the nation: you might just learn something and start an HIV Awareness Club in your school! We will talk about issues facing teens and we will offer some profound, successful solutions! So get ready! Pack your lunch (or in this case dinner) and join us on February 7, 2016 - 9 PM (EST) / 8 PM (CST), because we are all going back to school!
ABOUT OUR GUESTS
Ewuraba Annan and Jimmy Demiro are the co-Presidents of the Staten Island Technical High School HIV/AIDS Awareness Club! Under their dedicated leadership, the members of this club work to educate students about safer sex, while simultaneously working to eradicate HIV-related stigma! Every year they are tasked with bringing in speakers who are living with HIV to share personal experiences. These students, while on their way out to college to continue their mission to empower youth to make healthier life choices, will share their experiences as co-Presidents of their school’s HIV Awareness club, share their insight about what’s really happening “behind closed doors” and what they believe are the solutions needed to change the public health crisis of HIV.
Pierson is officially the youngest guest ever appearing on my show! I cannot imagine the lives he is going to change as he spreads advocacy and awareness so early in his life and career. I have met many brave people on this show, but Pierson by far exceeds the courage and passion for wanting to eliminating the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Please join me as I talk to Pierson and his mom about his life with OCD and Tourette's Syndrome, how he stays motivated, and what his plans are for future advocacy.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST MEN
When men are victims of domestic violence, who can they turn to?
The stigma that comes with being a victim could be a deterrent to sharing with others.
In this episode we will discuss the python spirit. The python demonic spirit is a diabolical principality. We will talk about some of the attributes of this spirit and, some signs of its effects. Also we will talk about how to get free from this menacing foe.
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Warrior Talk Radio will be addressing Military Sexual Trauma. I will be joined by both Ginny Branam Lee & Bill Minnix (co-hosting the show with me, both MST survivors). The show line up is going to be packed with information needed to BREAK THE STIGMA...
8:00 pm Ginny Branam Lee and Bill Minnix, MST Survivors
8:15 pm Joe Miller, Alaska GOP US Senate Nominee and founder Restoring Liberty
8:30 pm Sara Darehshori, Human Rights Watch, Report on "Embattled"
9:15 pm Geri and Michael Matthews, Justice Denied
Topics will include:
1. MST definition and statistics
3. The Military Justice Act
4. How to bring Congress together and educate them on these matters
5. Living with MST/PTSD/TBI
6. How the VA responds
7. Improvements for the VA to better handle MST Survivors
8. Stories from two MST survivors, Ginny Branam Lee and Bill Minnix
9. History and goals of Protect Our Defenders
10. Sara Darehshori and Human Rights Watch and her report "Embattled"
Please tune in at 8 pm Eastern on Tuesday, January 26th at http://www.WarriorTalkRadio.com
As part of celebrating the collaboration of advocacy on www.overcomingocd.net with Shannon Shy and Lyndsee Hargett, we are hosting a call in show answering questions and sharing stories about OCD and being OCD advocates!
Three types of OCD, three different experiences, three different advocacy paths---it is so great to know we are not alone!
Adrienne D. Sams is currently the CEO of World Wide Casting Entertainment/Crystal Clear Water Entertainment a Media & Events Production Company located in the Inland Empire. Adrienne is currently the Executive Producer/Host of her very own Public Access TV Show titled : Affluent Black with Adrienne D. Sams. Affluent Black is a new media platform created to restore the image and strengthen the economic core of the black communities with an informative approach through media.
Ms Sams inteviews black business owners, black industry leaders, educators, local musicians, poets and everyday people in the black community throughout the Inland Empire to share their stories and to discuss the importance of restoring the trust amongst our own culture and the moral responsibility to provide for one another through our personal gifts from God, therefore leaving a legacy for our black youth!
"It is not my goal to remove the stigma of the black communities from amongst other cultures, however it is my goal to remove the stigma of the black communities from amongst ourselves! "
I would like to introduce Adrienne D. Sams creating a new standard and IMAGE of the POWER of BLACK!
Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.
David Granirer is a counselor, stand-up comic, mental health keynote speaker and author of the Happy Neurotic, How Fear and Angst Can Lead To Happiness and Success. He performs, maintains a counseling practice and teaches Stand-Up Comedy Clinic at Langara College in Vancouver, where he takes people from all walks of life who have had a secret desire to do stand-up comedy and after eight weeks has them on stage performing at a comedy club. Many of his students have gone on to become professional comics, performing at festivals such as Just For Laughs, and on TV shows like Jay Leno and Craig Ferguson.
David founded Stand Up For Mental Health, a program teaching stand-up comedy to people with mental illness as a way of building self-esteem and fighting public stigma. Stand Up For Mental Health has groups across Canada and the U.S. Today David joins Maia for a conversation about the link between Comedy, Mental Health and Healing.
When most people hear the words, “mental illness’ oftentimes they associate it with negative connotations cultivated by societal views and personal stigmas. For example, the fear of being labeled “crazy” by their peers, family, and shunned in their communities is a major issue why many Americans shy away from discussing the topic of mental health/mental illness particularly minorities.
Why is this topic so taboo to many of us? Mental health/mental illness continues to be a topic that many are unfamiliar with and lack proper understanding due to the stigma associated with fear of the unknown and being ostracized in society.
According to the World Health Organization, mental health is defined as “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community,” (Mental Wellness/Your Health/UNC).
“Psychological health refers to an individual’s overall state of mental well-being, incorporating emotions, stress, mental illness, sense of belonging, connectedness and life satisfaction,”(Psychological Health: Safety, Health and Wellbeing).
HOST: Soul Kitten & Taralyn
Jill Scott – The Light of the Sun on My Back
Kendra Ross- Real Deal
Eric Roberson-Find The Way
Rahsaan Patterson- Ghosts
MS. ADRIENNE D. SAMS IS A YOUNG WOMAN ON A MISSION. TO QUOTE MS SAMS IN HER VERY OWN WORDS SHE EXPLAINS IT BEST:
QUOTE: I will be interviewing black business owners, black industry leaders, educators, local musicians, poets and everyday people in the black community throughout the Inland Empire to share their stories and to discuss the importance of restoring the trust amongst our own culture and the moral responsibility to provide for one another through our personal gifts from God, therefore leaving a legacy for our black youth! This show will be taped and aired as a series at IEMG Channel 3 San Bernardino/Public Access television.
It is not my goal to remove the stigma of the black communities from amongst other cultures, however it is my goal to remove the stigma of the black communities from amongst ourselves!
in Pop Culture
"There is a stigma associated with being a bad bitch that delineates the type of character women want to associate themselves with. As if being goal oriented, driven and alpha is a bad thing. Here's what happens when women place societal isms on other women, we become competitive. We become unfriendly. We begin to other. We become the mean girls that tell other girls they can't sit with us. We become bitter. We become petty. We become categorized in memes. We become fetishized through a patriarchal lens on what real women should be. We become the reason "I only have guy friends."
In her most recent essay, The Cardi B Effect, Maria Rodriguez discusses the dangers of categorizing and judging women who seemingly decide to take control of their lives, their sexuality, and commit to living life on their terms by any means necessary. Tune in Sunday, January 10th @ 9 pm as we discuss the essay that has taken social media by storm. It's a candid discussion on why women love to hate on the "Bad Bitch" #thecardibeffect.
Read the essay here and dial in tomorrow and make your voice heard
Depression which manifests itself in many forms, is commonly misunderstood in our society. And as such many are sidelined, and also unable to optimize their potential, tormented by this illness on a daily basis.
We will interview a United States veteran, who overcame depression, and has great advice and solutions to our listening audience.
This will be a great program where many will be set free, from the battle of depression, fearful to share with others their struggle because of the stigma the society attaches to depression.
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