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When I Met Her

For World AIDS Day, we put the call out to asking people to submit their personal stories of how HIV has affected them. We received this letter and were brought to tears by the honesty, acceptance and truth conveyed in this submittal.

Meet Lauren, who shares the story of when her new friend Jacquelyn opened up about her status.

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Cody Hall – Two Years Later

Here we are again, with another interview in recognition of World AIDS Day. We were able to catch up with friend and Guest Blogger, Cody.

Cody comes to us as a result of a commmercial on we saw on the Logo Channel. From that, we started following him on Twitter and when we finally made an introduction, we quickly became acquaintances.

Cody is a huge advocate of HIV Awareness, Gay Rights and simply just doing the right thing. So it is only fitting that he be one of the people we reconnected with on this day.  

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Gia – Two Years later

Today, in recognition of World AIDS Day and the two year anniversary of our HIV Awareness Project, we decided to circle back around to one of our favorite guest bloggers, Gia. In the past, Gia has shared with us about her life and the day she was diagnosed as POS. We were thrilled at the idea of catching up to her again – to see where she is and what’s been going on with her.

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A Supplement to: To Live, Learn, and Die in Halifax Co.

This post, while a bit left of the original idea for this page, is still on point in many other ways.

So I read this post this morning at about 4 am after waking up and not being able to go back to sleep but also after seeing that a few of my fellow Trojans hit the share button. First, I want to commend Miss Daniels for putting this out there; however she has only one full perspective and that is from Weldon City Schools (WCS) point of view. I will make an attempt to give a Halifax County School System (HCSS) perspective from a Southeast Halifax High (SHHS) point of view.

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Watch what you say…

Today, I was having a conversation with someone about the season finale of Shonda Rhimes’ hit show “How To Get Away With Murder” and I was stunned by the response to my thought, “I wonder if Connor will do the right thing and stand by Oliver”.  When the words “if you tell me you’re HIV+, bye” parted this person’s lips, I was shocked.

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Police Interviews | Officer 5

Officer Interview #5 | We interviewed several Law Enforcement Officers asking them questions prevalent to the events of Ferguson and police activity as a whole. This is the third installment of those conversations. We respect the careers and lives of these officers as such we will maintain their anonymity.  

Officer 5 is a Deputy Sheriff, on the East Coast. We invite you to chime in and comment on these interviews.

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Police Interviews | Officer 4

Officer Interview #4 | We interviewed several Law Enforcement Officers asking them questions prevalent to the events of Ferguson and police activity as a whole. This is the third installment of those conversations. We respect the careers and lives of these officers as such we will maintain their anonymity.  

Officer 4 is a former Officer, of the East Coast, who carved her own place in the history books. We invite you to chime in and comment on these interviews.

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