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POZ I AM RADIO POZ I AM Radio's focus is to help those living with HIV/AIDS
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POZ I AM Radio is a live-to-air podcast sharing positive stories of those living with HIV. The show covers a range of topics related to living with HIV/AIDS in the world today. ​ Host Robert Breining is joined by a different guest each week who shares their personal story with the listening audience. Listeners are encouraged to call the hosts at (929) 477-3572 during the live hour broadcast to voice their opinions and share their experiences. ​ Past episodes include memorable interviews with known HIV advocates like Peter Staley and Jack Mackenroth, as well as community influencers focusing on HIV criminalization, campaigns, and local HIV organizations. The podcast airs live on Sundays at 2pm EST. www.blogtalkradio.com/poziam

A Day with HIV
10/29/2019

A Day with HIV

The NOV+DEC 2019 issue of Positively Aware—featuring selected photos from A Day with HIV—is now shipping! In addition to an eight-page special section, there are four different versions of a foldout cover, pairing two different pictures for each version. Here's one of the four covers, along with a couple pages from the issue. Kudos to Brittany Cameron and Carlos Moreno; Eddie Wiley and Madison Markle; Artie Miguel Jordan and Katie Willingham; and Precious Mwewa Kaniki and Chad Sain for their cover photos. And thank you to everyone for being a part of A Day with HIV. Get your copy of Positively Aware.

Lebanon man carries HIV banner
10/16/2019
Lebanon man carries HIV banner

Lebanon man carries HIV banner

One Lebanon resident continues a mission he started nearly 30 years ago — to raise awareness and fight against the stigma of HIV and AIDS.

The murder that changed America
10/07/2019
The murder that changed America

The murder that changed America

The death of a gay student, tortured and tied to a prairie fence two decades ago, shocked the world.

The Many Hands Helping Make HIV History: 4 People on a Quest to End the Disease
10/04/2019
The Many Hands Helping Make HIV History: 4 People on a Quest to End the Disease

The Many Hands Helping Make HIV History: 4 People on a Quest to End the Disease

Music stars. World leaders. Activists. They're all coming together at the Global Citizen Festival to help tackle the world's most pressing issues, including HIV. In the lead-up to the big event, we spoke to some inspiring people playing an active role in fighting the disease—and advocating for…

U.S. Food and Drug Administration Approves Descovy® for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
10/04/2019
U.S. Food and Drug Administration Approves Descovy® for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

U.S. Food and Drug Administration Approves Descovy® for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

Descovy for PrEP™ is indicated to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV-1 infection in adults and adolescents weighing at least 35 kg who are HIV-negative and at-risk for sexually acquired HIV, excluding individuals at-risk from receptive vaginal sex. “Descovy for PrEP provides a new HIV prev...

Sean McKenna: Life with AIDS Isn’t So Damn ‘Fabulous’
10/04/2019
Sean McKenna: Life with AIDS Isn’t So Damn ‘Fabulous’

Sean McKenna: Life with AIDS Isn’t So Damn ‘Fabulous’

(Sean McKenna, as part of a portrait series by photographer David Meanix.) Last December I attended the most moving, transcendent World AIDS Day program I have witnessed in years. That’s not saying much, of course. These evenings are usually well-meaning but maudlin, featuring tearful eulogies whi...

10/03/2019
RiseUpToHIV

RiseUpToHIV

Brady, 40, from Nashville, TN, was diagnosed with HIV when he was 33. When he learned of his diagnosis he tried committing suicide twice, because he thought his life was over. His light bulb moment came when a newly diagnosed individual came to him asking him for support, and this is when he realized his life had purpose. Since then, he has turned his life over to volunteerism. Recently, his diagnosis led him on a journey to Africa, where he spent a week volunteering, working with children who have been orphaned due to HIV, and with an HIV+ women’s group. Please watch and share Brady’s positive message, and be sure to wait for the adorable surprise at the end. #RiseUpToHIV #WAD2016

10/01/2019
Prevention Access Campaign

Prevention Access Campaign

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jonathan Van Ness did an amazing job sharing the importance of #UequalsU, access to treatment, and the numerous barriers to ending the HIV epidemic. Undetectable = Untransmittatable! Check out the full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2yefoDWu3g&t

Working to Make HIV History
09/28/2019
Working to Make HIV History

Working to Make HIV History

We invest in people on the front lines of care as they change the trajectory of health for the world's most vulnerable people, their families and their communities.

While they guys  were at #2019USCA they stopped by the #positivelyfearless booth.
09/26/2019

While they guys were at #2019USCA they stopped by the #positivelyfearless booth.

87 Years Old, One Sex Partner, Diagnosed With AIDS
09/18/2019
87 Years Old, One Sex Partner, Diagnosed With AIDS

87 Years Old, One Sex Partner, Diagnosed With AIDS

As the nation takes steps to end the HIV epidemic, the search for every undiagnosed person with HIV becomes harder, so health departments are developing innovative ways to get patients tested.

09/16/2019
BBC News

BBC News

Former Wales rugby union captain Gareth Thomas has revealed he is HIV positive, he says he wants to "break the stigma" around the condition.

https://bbc.in/30e6I8B (via BBC Wales News)

Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner
08/24/2019
Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner

Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner

Two women diagnosed with HIV over 20 years are tired of how HIV is looked at in society and decided to do something to change that to end the HIV epidemic and the stigma that is attached to HIV and make a difference. Women diagnosed with HIV need to know UuequalsU www.uequalsu.org and women who are....

Positive Series – A campaign by Prevention Access campaign (fiscally sponsored by Housing Works) with funding and editor...
08/21/2019
Positive Series – A campaign by Prevention Access campaign (fiscally sponsored by Housing Works) with funding and editorial support provided by ViiV Healthcare

Positive Series – A campaign by Prevention Access campaign (fiscally sponsored by Housing Works) with funding and editorial support provided by ViiV Healthcare

Because no two stories of living with HIV and finding out about U=U are the same, we bring you a series of first person experiences of love, struggle, doubt, happiness and strength. Four people candidly share their real stories. Four artists have worked with the storytellers to create original artwo...

Dont forget to mark your calendars A Day with HIV
08/15/2019

Dont forget to mark your calendars A Day with HIV

We’re 42 days away from this year’s A Day with HIV! Mark your calendars for Monday, Sept. 23rd.

On this day, we want YOU to photograph a moment of your day and to post it with a caption giving the time, location and what inspired you to take your picture along with our hashtag #adaywithhiv. This your day to show the world how we’re all impacted by HIV. Selected photographs will be published in the November+December issue of Positively Aware. Four photos will be chosen for four different versions of the magazine cover.⁣

Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner
08/08/2019
Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner

Click here to support Driving Out Stigma organized by Davina Conner

Two women diagnosed with HIV over 20 years are tired of how HIV is looked at in society and decided to do something to change that to end the HIV epidemic and the stigma that is attached to HIV and make a difference. Women diagnosed with HIV need to know UuequalsU www.uequalsu.org and women who are....

HIV: Undetectable, Can't Transmit the Virus
08/08/2019
HIV: Undetectable, Can't Transmit the Virus

HIV: Undetectable, Can't Transmit the Virus

The agency has adopted the widely accepted position that an HIV-positive person with an undetectable viral load cannot pass the virus through unprotected sex.

Historical marker to honor teen AIDS patient Ryan White
08/06/2019
Historical marker to honor teen AIDS patient Ryan White

Historical marker to honor teen AIDS patient Ryan White

Teenage AIDS patient Ryan White is being remembered for his fight against discrimination with a historical marker outside the central Indiana high school that welcomed him as a student.

Tips on How to Communicate U=U
07/15/2019
Tips on How to Communicate U=U

Tips on How to Communicate U=U

The fact that people living with HIV on effective treatment do not sexually transmit the virus is known as U=U.

RiseUpToHIV
07/04/2019

RiseUpToHIV

Have a fun, safe, and happy Independence Day!

“They Needed to Feel Loved”: How One Nurse Revolutionized Patient Care During the AIDS Crisis
06/16/2019
“They Needed to Feel Loved”: How One Nurse Revolutionized Patient Care During the AIDS Crisis

“They Needed to Feel Loved”: How One Nurse Revolutionized Patient Care During the AIDS Crisis

In the early 1980s, Cliff Morrison did what no other San Francisco General Hospital staff member had the guts to do: come up with a humane way to treat and care for AIDS patients. We sat down with him to learn more about the life-changing initiative—and how the legacy of Ward 5B lives on.

RiseUpToHIV
06/01/2019

RiseUpToHIV

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson

#PrideMonth #Pride #BeYou

Candy Samples’ Powers for Good: Scott Kramer | A&U Magazine
05/22/2019
Candy Samples’ Powers for Good: Scott Kramer | A&U Magazine

Candy Samples’ Powers for Good: Scott Kramer | A&U Magazine

Home Columns Candy Samples’ Powers for Good: Scott Kramer ColumnsPowers for GoodCandy Samples’ Powers for Good: Scott Kramer May 17, 2019 173 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Photo by Rob ZukowskiScott Kramer, LCSW, is another New Yorker I’m proud to call a dear friend. Five years ago we b...

We've had some amazing guests over our 12 years of broadcasting.#poziamradio #HIV #yourdoseofhope
05/18/2019

We've had some amazing guests over our 12 years of broadcasting.#poziamradio #HIV #yourdoseofhope

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