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The BCS Experience

The BCS Experience


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You don't know where you're going if you don't know where you've been, and at 7 PM you should be tuned in to the BCS Experience with Byron C. Saunders to get your daily dose of history, arts, culture and politics in review and discussion.  Tune in this week to hear from HIV/AIDs activist and national spokesperson Bryan C. Jones, who'll be discussing the rising prevalence of HIV/AIDs in the African American community.  Diagnosed in 1984 Mr. Jones has been battling HIV/AIDS, and the stigma and discrimination associated with it, for almost three decades.  Mr. Jones speaks on a national level with a primary focus of trying to get those infected and affected to join in the fight of working towards an AIDs free generation. As part of his advocacy, he also performs a one man theatrical piece entitled “A.I.D.S...And I Die Slowly”  Through characters' narratives and song he takes you on his 29 year journey of being HIV positive.  He had the honor of being invited to perform this piece at the 2012 International Conference.