#FeatureFriday: Dasan Ahanu

June 22, 2018

Dasan Ahanu is a spoken word poet and professor at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We asked Dasan for his opinion of a few topics. Here are his answers! 1. What is your 2018 theme song? “So … Continued

#FeatureFriday: Randy C. Rogers (freedom clay)

June 15, 2018

  For more than 20 years, freedom clay has worked in the human services field with special emphasis in social work and public health. His focus has been in family development research, family program development and coordination, adult and child … Continued

#WordWednesday

June 12, 2018

  #WordWednesday • CD4 cells are also known as T-cells. They activate the body’s immune system in order to fight off infections. A major part of HIV treatment is keeping the CD4 count within a desirable range. Visit https://www.HIV.gov/ for … Continued

#FeatureFriday: Rita McDaniel

May 18, 2018

  My name is Rita McDaniel. I’m 54 and loving life! I have actively worked in the HIV field since 2010 in many capacities, but my favorite part is getting others involved. Personally, My 2018 theme song is I Believe … Continued

#WordWednesday

May 16, 2018

  A retrovirus is a type of virus that stores its genetic information in a single-stranded RNA molecule instead of double-stranded DNA. HIV is a retrovirus. After entering a cell, retroviruses construct DNA versions of its genes using a special … Continued

#MythMonday

May 15, 2018

  Fiction! Fact: Timothy Ray Brown is the only person to be cured of HIV. We are working to recreate those findings. Check out searcHIV’s interview with him at tinyurl.com/hqd3e66!  

#FeatureFriday: Danita King

May 11, 2018

  Danita King is an NC Central University Alum and a 2017 graduate of Nova Southeastern University with a Masters of Public Health. Ms King serves as the current Program Coordinator for the Durham Knows Campaign. As coordinator, she was … Continued

#FeatureFriday: Art Jackson

May 4, 2018

  Hello 2BeatHIV,           This year, my summer theme song is Finesse. As a 29 year Survivor this song encapsulates myself and my journey.  And today I just feel like I’m dripping on the best my … Continued