#FeatureFriday: Dasan Ahanu

Posted 6 months ago

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

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#FeatureFriday: Randy C. Rogers (freedom clay)

Posted 6 months ago

  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

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#WordWednesday

Posted 6 months ago

  #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

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#FeatureFriday: Rita McDaniel

Posted 7 months ago

  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

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#FeatureFriday: Danita King

Posted 7 months ago

  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

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#FeatureFriday: Art Jackson

Posted 7 months ago

  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

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HIV Matters Podcast with Dr. Falk Interviews with 6 UNC Researchers

Posted 9 months ago

Hey folks! Check out this podcast with UNC Department of Medicine’s Chair, Dr. Falk. He interviews six prominent HIV researchers at UNC who are doing groundbreaking work to curb the epidemic.   http://go.unc.edu/hiv-matters-podcast   The series features: Christopher Hurt talking … Continued

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The Minority Sex Report

Posted 1 year ago

Check out The Minority Sex Report! WHAT DO THEY DO: TEACH SEXUALITY EDUCATION BLOG LISTEN & ANSWER QUESTIONS Feel free to ask them any sexual health questions through their blog: www.theminoritysexreport.com Follow them on social media: @theMsexreport      

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Full Flight Media, LLC

Posted 2 years ago

Full Flight Media, LLC Contact: jc@fullflightmedia.com Full Flight Media is an aerial media production company based out of Chapel Hill, NC. We are focused on providing clients with breathtaking and functional videography and photography. Our team has years of experience … Continued

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Radio One Raleigh

Posted 2 years ago

K97.5 is the Triangle’s Number #1 Station for the Hottest Hip Hop and R&B. The Light, Christian radio station in Raleigh broadcasts Contemporary Christian music. Foxy 107.1/104.3 is the Triangle’s Urban Adult Radio Station, featuring R&B and Classic Soul.   … Continued

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NCCU Department of Public Health Education

Posted 2 years ago

NCCU Department of Public Health Education The mission of the Department of Public Health Education is to prepare students academically and professionally to assume leadership positions in public health. Students develop proficiency in the application of theory, content, and skills … Continued

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Afro Folk Art by Freedom Clay

Posted 2 years ago

Afro Folk Art and Photography by freedom clay He-ART-felt artistic expressions via paintings and photography. Contact: freedomclaylion@gmail.com BIO For more than 20 years, freedom clay has worked in the human services field with special emphasis in social work and public … Continued

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LGBTQ Center of Durham

Posted 2 years ago

LGBTQ Center of Durham Volunteering at the Center: The Center relies on a corps of volunteers to keep the doors open 7 days a week. This allows the center to be open and accessible as a place for community members … Continued

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The Vault at Palace International

Posted 2 years ago

The Vault is an organization dedicated to providing an inclusive, affordable event space, in Durham’s growing intercultural landscape, where people from different walks of life enjoy, learn and experience art from The Afrocentric Diaspora in a positive and progressive environment. … Continued

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AIDS Legal Project at Duke School of Law

Posted 2 years ago

AIDS Legal Project at Duke School of Law The AIDS Legal Project provides confidential legal representation to low-income HIV-infected clients with legal problems relating to their diagnosis. Legal assistance is provided by law students under the supervision of attorneys.  

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Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina

Posted 2 years ago

Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina 324 S. Harrington St. Raleigh, NC 27603 919-834-2437 info@aas-c.org Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina provides case management, HIV/STD testing and counseling, emergency assistance for rent and utilities, transportation assistance, housing information and referrals, mental health, substance abuse … Continued

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NC Harm Reduction Network

Posted 2 years ago

NC Harm Reduction Network The North Carolina Harm Reduction Network is a statewide grassroots advocacy, resource development and coalition building organization that provides direct services for a variety of issues, including drug use, sex work, immigration issues, genders, sexually-transmitted diseases … Continued

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NC AIDS Action Network

Posted 2 years ago

NC AIDS Action Network The North Carolina AIDS Action Network is a statewide advocacy organization fighting for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS, their loved ones and those at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in North Carolina.   NCAAN was … Continued

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Healing with CAARE, Inc.

Posted 2 years ago

CAARE (Case Management of AIDS and Addiction Through Resources and Education) 214 Broadway St., Durham, NC, 27701 919-683-5300 CAARE is a grassroots non-profit organization that promotes a holistic and community approach to health. CAARE provide a wide variety of services … Continued

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Martin Delaney CARE Community Advisory Board

Posted 2 years ago

Focus of Community Engagement Address ethics of asking HIV positive men and women about their willingness to participate in HIV cure clinical trials Ensure participants understand the risks involved with participating in HIV cure clinical trials Address expectations of being … Continued

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