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On World AIDS Day 2015 (December 1st), Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California held its 2nd Annual Everyday Heroes Awards to honor "everyday people doing extraordinary things." This pocast features the entire inspiring evening!
This 2015 Everyday Heroes include Bella Da Ball, local icon, social ambassador, and supporter of many local nonprofits; Kenny Jervis & Michael Crisp, who live both locally and in Las Vegas where they owned a popular nightclub and have raised significant sums for D.A.P. through popular parties; Margie Lobley, a long-time volunteer with D.A.P., including 20 years of service at D.A.P.'s monthly Farmers Market through the Linsky Food Depot where clients receive fresh produce and other items to help stretch their food budget; and (yours truly) Nicholas Snow, D.A.P. client and long-time HIV activist, author, and journalist who is marking World AIDS Day by providing a free, worldwide e-book download of his Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart.
For everything Nicholas Snow (and our advertiser contact info), vist www.NicholasSnow.com.
I don't think anyone really cares that Charlie Sheen has HIV. His behavior while infected is what has people in an uproar. However, -sad to say- Charlie Sheen is no different than the countless other HIV positive individuals who fail to disclose prior to sex. Being that HIV still has a polarizing stigma associated with it can we blame people for not disclosing?
Would YOU disclose if you had it?
Do YOU know your status?
Do YOU know the status of your partners?
Have YOU ever had unsafe sex?
This episode is going to discuss why HIV is still a raging epidemic amidst all the methods of prevention. We will also exchange about what needs to be done to get communities (of color) more involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
World AIDS 2-Day
December 1st marked the 27th World AIDS Day.
what does it mean to have HIV today, after years of research and advances in treatment?
"It means likely you can have a normal lifespan and have a similar life to someone who does not have HIV," says Dr. Ray Martins, chief medical officer at
Whitman-Walker Health in Washington. About 1.1 million Americans live with HIV, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But
because of improved treatments, they're living longer and their quality of life is better. On this show we will hear from 2 Survivors and their stories of
Triumph and Victory over HIV/AIDS. We will also hear about Insurance options NOW available to those who may be living with HIV/AIDS
BEAUTY 4 ASHES is a detailed advocacy strategic service, developed for the whole HIV & AIDS community. Daphne is an expert in advocacy activities, determining priorities, harmonize efforts and solutions to maximizing impact in accelerating the national response to HIV. Tune in as we hear from CEO Daphne Cooper, Beauty 4 Ashes.
Based on the situation analysis, Beauty 4 Ashes CEO Daphne Cooper identified the following main areas of advocacy where all communities should focus its efforts:
Contribute to the scale up of HIV services to prevent mother-to-child transmission.
Contribute to the improvement of the medical care and management system
Contribute to the extension of the applying ethnical practices in all health facilities and official community structures.
Support the implementation of AIDS programs among youth and adolescents.
Support the increased numbers of volunteers needed in the national AIDS response.
Help reduce stigma and discrimination among people living with HIV.
Help mobilize financial resources to support the national AIDS response.
This is a lot of fun! :) These holidays fascinate me so much. It's incredible to be celebrating them. I wish I learned about them sooner! Ten holidays to celebrate, and one of them is for us Amateur Radio stations. Wahoo!
So today, there may or may not be music. There is so much to learn about International Amateur Radio Union. So much to learn about IARU Day, month really. Still, you might want to keep those tennis shoes on and hold onto that water bottle. You never know if I play music or not.
Coming back to CWT4R are HIV/AIDS Activist Felix and Paula Sirls. HIV/Aids is still living strong in our community taking our parents, children, friends and our intimacy. For so many years there have been warriors in our community that have been educating, testing the young and old, giving people back their dignity and pride through counseling and motivation. Join us as we talk about the last 30 plus years and how the many success stories have kept our guest motivated and activist in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Also what they are doing now in this fight and what you can do to join and why you need to join this movement of educating about HIV/AIDS. They will also discuss the current movement and what has changed and what is going on in Michigan as it relates to HIV/AIDS .
Listen in as Felix and Paula Sirls return to help us celebrate World Aids Day. This is a team that they both work hard to educate, counsel and pray together with those suffering with HIV/AID and their families. Working at the Institute for Public Health, Felix for over 30 years has help members of the community diagnosed with HIV/AIDS educate them self on the illness. He now is an HIV/AIDS Counselor and tester. While Paula his wife and mother of his children work as a Program Manager for Gospel Against AIDS (GAA) Sometimes helping the body and the mind is just not enough there has to be deeper healing and Paula will talk to us more about that.
Join us if you would like to share with us your story, it may help a stranger or a family. Give the gift of understanding and knowledge to someone that may need it more than you know.
We all must educate ourselves and get involved in this fight against HIV/AIDS there is strength in numbers and the numbers are growing.
ABrand new show with the seasoned host of Animal Talk Naturally, now in her own solo show, A New Day with Dr. Kim. Join Dr. Kim as she shares from her heart to encourage and empower YOU!
Sites mentioned on the show today include:
Essential Oils in Animal Care: a naturopathic approach by S Reagan, K Bloomer, J Thomason
Topics are varied and daily Monday-Friday to include topics on: Jesus/faith, animals, natural whole health, wellness, essential oils, random stories and random thoughts.
Sites that will be mentioned often include:
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss why the end may be near. is it time to book passage to Mars?
How virtual reality can save humanity
Truc de Ouf's Gentry Lane says society is losing its humanity, but a powerful storytelling tool like VR can help revive it.
Panarchy 101, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Collapse
Like air moving from one balloon into another, the collapse of an archaic system actively drives the emergence of a new system.
How to Solve a Mass Extinction Event
Human Extinction Isn't That Unlikely
“A typical person is more than five times as likely to die in an extinction event as in a car crash,” says a new report
SpaceX may have just changed the world with a tweet.
It began with a Tweet. On Wednesday, April 27, SpaceX posted two photos on Twitter, announcing plans to send a Red Dragon space capsule to Mars "as soon as 2018."
Terraforming Mars: Turning the Red Planet Green
We have a very special show today! It's World Malaria Day and we are raising awareness to End Malaria around the world. Listen to Sandy Conway and her special guests about the impact this tribe is making to save the lives of children all over the planet. Every 5 seconds a child dies from something totally preventable. Let's take it a step further; that's 12 lives every minute of the day. Her mission is to raise awareness about the 3 Primary Killers that are totally preventable and steal the lives of children every single day. World Impact Solutions has given her the weapons to fight against Malnutrition, Dirty Water, and Mosquito Born Diseases. But she can't do it alone. Everyone needs to get involved! Make sure to tune in so you can find out how you can save the lives of children with her. Sandy Conway says, "Everyone has the right to life and if we can be a miracle for someone else, we can be the change we wish to see in the world". She has comitted herself to be a Voice for those who do not have one! As long as she is breathing, she will share this message of hope to the world. Go check out her website Catch the Wave Hawaii and read her story further. She has great information about this mission she is so passionate about. Will you catch the wave and save a life? I hope this show inspires you to do something.
As we move deeper into the transition that is taking place on planet Earth, the Pleiadians tell us that the time has now come for us to start mastering the energetic tools that will enable us to consciously complete our awakening and self-healing process.
Today's episode is the fourth in a series of six episodes designed for the empowering transitional energies we are beginning to experience.
The new frequencies of light and sound that are now hitting the planet are awakening us to remembrance of and reconnection with our true Selves.
In each episode of this twice-monthly show, international teacher, author, healer, and Pleiadian Ambassador, Christine Day, will present a new body of information and transmissions of sacred tones and codes specifically designed to act as energetic keys to unlock the information residing within the matrix of our cellular structure.
One of the key messages of the Pleiadians is that we must accept our humanity and imperfections in order to facilitate the process of our own self-birthing into the Universal Consciousness. By integrating these human aspects of our Self with our Higher Nature we will more easily navigate our way through this transition.
Christine Day Online airs on the first and third Monday of each month at 2:30PM Central time.