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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. The podcast airs live on Sundays at 2pm EST.
 
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Join Robert Breining , Brady Dale Morris and Josh Robbins as they recap the guests and the HIVScoops of 2018. http://tobtr.com/s/11116771
 
Positively Fearless is a campaign brought to you by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson – that’s s redefining what it means to live with HIV and showing those living with HIV what is possible when you live “Positively Fearless”. Join me and the other Positively Fearless ambassadors as we reflect on the resilience, strength ...…
 
HENRY GOLDRING is a product of the Midwest/Orrville, Ohio, and has lived for 25 years between New York City and Los Angeles. He studied piano & music at The College of Wooster in Ohio and The School of Music at Indiana University in Bloomington, and theatre at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California and with actress Ellen ...…
 
Join Robert & Brady live Sunday Dec 2nd at 2pm EST when they sit down with the Zee Strong. Zee runs 3 HIV\AIDS related Facebook groups but you may recognize the name Zee Strong from the countless frames he has created across social medi. these frames were created in hopes of destroying the stigma associated with the disease and have been used b ...…
 
During this live broadcast the Robert and Brady will be taking your calls about a range of hot topics related to living with HIV. Some topics that will be dicussed are depression,stigma,disclosure, finding a doctor etc.. Call the hosts live at (929) 477-3572 with your questions or comments.
 
Janine Brignola, the chick once known as HIVchick on YouTube returns to POZ I AM Radio. For the last 12 years since finding out I was HIV positive I have ran the spectrum from behind the scenes to big mouth, loud activist to putting on that blazer and sitting quietly and politely while fitting more into my societal standard gender role and what ...…
 
Billy Eugene Willis III is a activist based out of Central North Carolina. He has been living with HIV for 5 years, and advocating for HIV rights for the past 4. Billy was on the task force of people living with HIV and HIV professionals that helped modernize The NC Health Department’s HIV Control Measure. He has had many roles in his advocacy ...…
 
Katie Willingham is a woman of transgender experience in rural north Alabama, diagnosed in June of 2000 but didn’t step into advocacy until January 2017, she now serves as Chair of Prevention for Thrive Alabama’s Community Advisory Board, sits on the HIV Prevention and Care Planning Group of the Alabama Department of Public Health, Policy Fello ...…
 
"Award-winning writer and activist Mark S. King is the force behind the blog My Fabulous Disease. He has been speaking out on behalf of people living with HIV since testing HIV positive in 1985. His blog has been nominated for a GLAAD Media Award three times and won the Nat'l Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association award twice. He was named "On ...…
 
Davina Conner (Dee) was diagnosed with HIV 21 years ago. She’s an advocate, radio host,speaker, a founding steering committee member of Prevention access campaign(UequalsU), Co-Chair of PWN Colorado and a member of the Denver HIV Planning Council, Dee obtained her Associates Degree in Public Health in 2018 and is now working towards her Bachelo ...…
 
My name is Sanjay Johnson and I currently live in Little Rock, Arkansas. I am a 25-year-old Black Gay man that works two jobs, seeks to use my creative outlets in the arts, and contribute to my community as I can. Unfortunately, in August 2017, my life was interrupted by the biggest challenge and ongoing nightmare that I couldn’t have imagined ...…
 
Robert and Brady will be recapping their experience at Positive Living 21. If you attended the conference this year in Fort Walton Beach Florida and would like to share your experience call the show live and speak to the hosts,
 
Join us live for a special live show at 12pm EST. Brady will be joining Robert live from USCA in Orlando Florida to talk about his expereince there as a panelist and attendee.
 
Robert and Brady will be joined by Butch Mckay of Okaloosa AIDS Support & Informational Service (OASIS) will be joining. Butch and the Positive Living Conference will be celebrating 21 years in Ft. Walton Beach Florida - Sept. 14th-16th. Learn more at www.oasisflorida.org
 
During this live broadcast Robert & Brady will be taking your calls and questions during our Hot Topic LIVE broadcast. Call the show at (929) 477-3572
 
Bruce Richman returns to the show to give Robert an update on the U=U campaign and to share about his time at the International AIDS confrence in Amsterdam. Bruce is the Founding Executive Director of PAC and the "Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U)"campaign (#UequalsU). Bruce was honored for his work with U=U as Healthline's HIV influencers"2 ...…
 
Jesus Guillen, is an immigrant, Latino, Gay, Single, 32 years HIV Long Term Survivor, who at the end, even if it sounds corny, is simply a human being who wants to help others, Jesus is one of the founders of one of the older GAY LATINO groups in SF: "AGUILAS"; he is also the founder and administrator of the incredibly diverse HIV LONG TERM SUR ...…
 
Recently named on the 2017 Healthline HIV Influence Honors List for "Best Advocate for Female HIV Health", Kamaria Laffrey continues to serve as an international HIV advocate, speaker and consultant working on HIV decriminalization, treatment adherence, as well as women and girl's empowerment of health. Since her diagnosis in 2003, Kamaria has ...…
 
Brotherhood Retreat is a 3-day retreat is an international gathering of gay and bisexual men who seek to enrich their lives through deeper insights, awareness and connections to both the community and oneself. We will be learning about physiological, psychological and spiritual tools to help create healthier and more fulfilling lives while forg ...…
 
Join Robert as he returns live with Larry Frampton, Brady Dale Morris and Mark Grantham. These 3Tennessee HIV activists are on a road trip together driving to the HIV Is Not a Crime National Training Academy. They will be sharing their thoughts on HIV criminalization and what thay are hoping to get out attending the #HINAC3 Traning Academy.…
 
Shane, 33, from Mountain View, Missouri was diagnosed with HIV when he was 26 years old. Shane grew up in a physically, and emotionally abusive household that was not accepting of his sexuality when he came out as gay at the age of 18. He was the first openly gay person in Mountain View where being gay was not a social norm. When Shane first fo ...…
 
Donning his running shoes, Jamil Eric Wilkins triumphantly races for his life against HIV. Athleticism has become the hallmark by which he thrives over his condition and the stigma associated with living with HIV. ? He often thinks back to his first week on the track team when his knees gave out and he chose to continue his pursuit anyway. That ...…
 
Kevin Maloney, the founder of Rise Up To HIV will return live with Robert this Sunday. Call the show live with your comments and questions (929) 477-3572 The “No Shame About Being HIV+"” campaign was inspired by an image of Chelsea Clinton holding a sign for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. My vision for this campaign is ...…
 
Known for his deeply Southern accent, Brady Dale Morris is a national HIV advocate and public speaker living in Nashville, Tennessee. After receiving an AIDS diagnosis in July 2009, Brady began a downward spiral into drugs, alcohol, and depression that led him down a path that ended in several suicide attempts. While recovering from his last at ...…
 
I'm a 47 year old single mother of 3 kids (17, 14 and 10). I've been working as a substitute teacher for 10 years and take jobs for any subject and any grade (kinder through senior year). In the last 18 months, I have been taking many jobs with the special needs kids and find these to be my most rewarding of days. In my free time, I'm an avid s ...…
 
Stephen Bloodworth is the founder and president of Team Friendly Tennessee, a nonprofit organization serving Tennessee since 2013, an extension of the Mr. Friendly campaign. Locally, Stephen’s HIV education and advocacy work led him to serve at the request of the mayor as board member of the Nashville Regional HIV Planning Council. He also lobb ...…
 
Michael Hager was diagnosed with HIV in November 2002 when he was just 22 years old. Already grappling with Crohn's Disease at the time, Michael was completely unprepared to handle HIV and finish his coursework and forge ahead to medical school. He decided to lean into HIV and started working for the Boston Public Health Commission AIDS Program ...…
 
Mary Bowman is an internationally recognized motivational speaker, singer, and poet native to the Washington, DC area. Drawing from personal experience, both transparent and vulnerable whether, in poetry or song, her words allow her access to spaces that aren’t traditionally artistic. From local open mic nights to international conferences and ...…
 
Kalvin Pugh is a social media advocate and HIV Peer Educator in Kansas City Missouri. After being diagnosed HIV+ in 2016 he began sharing his relatively short journey with friends and family on Facebook. After receiving support for his brave honesty he decided to dedicate his focus on social media to show support and demonstrate hope to others ...…
 
Guy Anthony is a well-respected HIV/AIDS activist, community leader and author. Diagnosed with HIV as a teen, Guy has dedicated his adult life to the pursuit of neutralizing global HIV/Aids-related stigmas. He released Pos(+)tively Beautiful: Affirmations, Advocacy & Advice on World AIDS Day in 2012. This collection of inspiring narratives, raw ...…
 
As a local Foster Youth, LGBTQIA, and HIV/AIDS activist, Prizila Vidal continues to advocate for foster youth both working with youth during the coming out process, and during the transitional age of 18-24, linking young adults to housing, education and employment resources. Her journey with HIV brought her to the Mother, Child and Adolescent P ...…
 
I was born in Venezuela in 1964, I was diagnosed with HIV on June 24, 1986 at 22 years old and have lived with this guest in my body for 31 years or more. Four years earlier in 1982 I had Hodgkin’s disease which was an experience that taught me how to navigate life altering experiences like HIV; I never really thought that I would die, but all ...…
 
This Sunday, August 13th at 2pm EST, Robert will have the pleasure of speaking with Butch Mckay the Founder of the Positive Living conferences that take place each year in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. This September 15th-17th Butch and the OASIS family will be celebrating the 20th year Anniversary of Positive Living. Butch Mckay is currently Exec ...…
 
Jack Mackenroth is most widely known for his participation as a fashion designer on season 4 of Project Runway. He became one of the nations most visible HIV activists when he disclosed his positive HIV status on the show. It was the first public television disclosure since Pedro Zamora in 1994. Jack currently works as a media strategist for Ho ...…
 
Hank is a 64-year-old Gay man, a 37-year resident of San Francisco, a 28-year Long-Term HIV/AIDS Survivor (diagnosed in 1989), a writer and occasional editor. In the early 1980s, He wrote a lot of fiction and edited Drummer, Malebox, and Folsom Magazines. Then AIDS hit, and suddenly the act of writing fiction seemed frivolous, almost disrespect ...…
 
On Sunday July 9th we have the pleasure of speaking our friend the amazing Jamar Rogers. Most of you will recognize Jamar from his time as a contestant on The Voice a few years ago. Jamar first shared his story with us when he appeared on The Voice and then again after he was eliminated from the show. After being a semi-finalist on The Voice, h ...…
 
Connie Rose, a long term survivor since 1996, lives in Las Vegas with her daughter, grandson and best fur buddy, Sugar Bear. She is the founder of Livingapozlife on WordPress, trying to change the world one blog at a time. You can follow her on Twitter @Cricketlv and other social media sites.
 
Danny was born in Watertown, NY, lived there until he moved to SW Florida where he still resides.While Danny was in treatment for substance abuse he was asked to speak about living with HIV, and that he did. He continues to speak publicly and is very humble when he receives praise for his story. Danny lives in Orlando, Fl with his husband. In t ...…
 
Rob Olver is the editor of PositiveLite.com, Canada’s online HIV magazine, run by and for people living with HIV. “Pre-diagnosis, I was an education worker with an alternative life in experimental music.” he says. “I was diagnosed in 2014, just after my birthday and only a few days before I was to retire. It felt overwhelming initially but ther ...…
 
Larry Frampton aka Cowboy Larry is a long term survivor of HIV/AIDS and longtime advocate. He is currently employed as the Public Policy Director of Nashville CARES and Director of Tennessee AIDS Advocacy Network and serves as Co-Chair of the Nashville Regional Ryan White Planning Council. Tennessee just made needle exchange legal and Frampton ...…
 
Dorian-Gray Alexander has been living with HIV/AIDS since 2006. He embraces life as much as possible. He's committed to public service and social justice serving on many community boards. Dorian networks and advocates via the airwaves by hosting a radio show, "Proof Positive " on WHIV 102.3 FM in New Orleans. He can be seen hitting the streets ...…
 
16 years AIDS survivor, started volunteering shortly after being diagnosed, sharing his story at schools to students interested in health and social services. Over the years he has taught to about 2500 - 3000 students a year. From the Texas Valley, Houston to Orange County. Personally dealing with drugs & alcohol, now clean & sober for about 10 ...…
 
Join us this Sunday May 14th at 2pm EST for our Mother's Day broadcast. Robert Breining & Aaron Laxton will be speaking with with HIV+ mother, activist, radio host Davina Conner aka Pozitively Dee. Dee has been HIV+ for 20 years and will be sharing her story with our audience for the first time. . Dee was diagnosed with HIV 20 years ago she con ...…
 
Join us this Sunday May 7th at 2pm EST. Our hosts Robert Breining and Aaron Laxton will be speaking with Oregon activist Michael Lee Howard. Michael first sat down and shared his story with us in 2010. Michael Lee Howard was diagnosed with HIV in 2005. Upon his diagnosis he decided to dedicate his life to educating people about HIV, sex positiv ...…
 
sunday April 30th we will be speaking with CJ Stobinski , an activist and runner out of Ohio. CJ Stobinski began his advocacy in February '15 after facing stigma and discrimination over his HIV status. Serving as Ohio Ambassador for the Positive Young People's Foundation, CJ worked on their HIV Ends With Me Because... social media campaign. Soo ...…
 
Andrew grew up in Kentucky and is a former National Champion Cheerleader featured twice on ESPN. Later, Andrew appeared on the Emmy Winning seriesThe Amazing Race on CBS and several independent films and stage plays. Andrew has appeared in many national magazines and spoken at events such as New York City Pride. Andrew now works in social servi ...…
 
This Sunday April 2, Robert and Aaron will be speaking with activist Joshua Middleton . Josh has sat down with us before in 201. A lot has happened in 3 years and Joshua has been making big waves in the HIV community, So we invited him back to hear what all the fuss is about. Here is a little about Joshua in his own words. When I heard the word ...…
 
Bob Leahy is the long-time editor of PositiveLite.com, Canada's online HIV magazine. He was diagnosed in 1993. He left a career in corporate banking to embark on a long volunteer career of HIV advocacy at the local, national and international levels. Most recently he has been the lead organizer for the U = U campaign in Canada but he has a part ...…
 
Cathy Robinson Pickett is an internationally recognized motivational and inspirational educator. She has been named a National Point of Light, by President George Bush and recognized by countless organizations and media outlets including PEOPLE Magazine for her work in HIV, Domestic Violence, victims’ rights, sexual responsibility and patient a ...…
 
This Sunday March 12th at 2pm EST, we will have the pleasure of speaking the hilarious, informative and handsome Mark S. King. Mark has spoke with us before and has even co-hosted an episode with Robert. Mark S. King is the award-winning writer and HIV activist behind the blog My Fabulous Disease. He has been writing and speaking out about livi ...…
 
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