Archives: AIDS

Not So Black and White: A Memoir of Family and Love

As a young girl, Alexis Wilson was abandoned by her mother, and raised by her father and his same-sex partner. In her memoir, the celebrated dancer shares her story of a “show-biz” upbringing, and her non-traditional family.This hour we’ll talk with Alexis Wilson about her life and her book, Not So Black and White.

The Latest in HIV/AIDS and Women’s Health

March 10th is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day to consider the often overlooked impact of the disease on females. With innovative treatments and the recent ” functional cure” of a baby born with AIDS, the future looks promising. On this hour, we’ll look at the latest findings in HIV/AIDS research.

Combating AIDS in Ohio

On this hour, we’re talking about AIDS and HIV in Ohio. We’ll take a look at the social climate and treatments available now, 30 years since the epidemic first took hold. Who’s at risk and what’s being done to combat the disease?

World AIDS Day

The AIDS epidemic in the U.S. and our community, and programs for prevention and treatment.

HIV Drug Assistance Programs

Federal and state cuts for drug assistance to Ohioans living with HIV and AIDS

Central Ohio AIDS Community

Issues facing the AIDS community in Central Ohio, and the challenges of raising awareness among the largest high risk groups