Support Nushawn Williams, Detained and Denied HIV Meds in Civil Confinement
April 12, 2017
First degree assault, predator, class B felon, sex offender, a threat to society, poisoning someone with a disruptive substance, assault and battery with intent to kill, unlawful use of a harmful device: all these terms come into play when a person diagnosed with HIV is talked about in the judicial system.
January 24, 2017
In a deep thought, we think of the smiles, joy, love and care that our friends bring to so many of us. They love unconditionally without limits, without restraint and with every fiber of who they are. Without passing judgment on any other human being, they push to help others feel happy inside and out. We sometimes forget that advocates are people too and have emotions, and when we see their smiles that light up, it gives others hope that they too will smile in that way, but sometimes we have to realize that they need the same unconditional love without judgment.
I Am a Woman of Color; I Am Who I Am!
November 29, 2016
I am a woman of color, someone's daughter, someone's sister, someone's mother and someone's friend. I am a human being who was handed a card in life that made me stronger than I thought I was. Not giving up on dreams or who I can become because of this card.
What I Would Tell Another Woman About PWN Speak Up Summit 2016
November 20, 2016
September 27-30, 2016, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, I attended a women's conference with 250 women both diagnosed with HIV and not diagnosed with HIV. People were diagnosed from over 30 years ago all the way down to a year ago. It was a great experience, something that every woman that has been diagnosed with HIV should attend. The women embraced everyone with love and made the newly diagnosed women feel a sense of comfort, hope and relief. It was a place to learn about different HIV issues that all women seem to face.
Davina Conner (Pozitively Dee) of PWN Colorado was diagnosed with HIV in 1997, and since her diagnosis she has married an HIV negative man with whom she has a beautiful 15-year daughter born negative. She is an advocate, vlogger and educates through a talk radio show to end HIV stigma.
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April 12, 2017 - Support Nushawn Williams, Detained and Denied HIV Meds in Civil Confinement: A Blog Entry by Davina Conner
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November 20, 2016 - What I Would Tell Another Woman About PWN Speak Up Summit 2016: A Blog Entry by Davina Conner
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