What Does HIV Look Like? (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"What does HIV look like? Who does HIV look like? In this video I talk about advocating for those with HIV/AIDS and for continuing the fight that others have started for us. Consider this a call to action and a challenge to not only fight with me but to fight for me in the fight of HIV/AIDS. Pick up the Red Ribbon and come with me!"
What Are You Doing to Fight HIV/AIDS? (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"July is HIV Awareness Month and I pose the question: What are you doing to fight HIV/AIDS? Do you volunteer? Do you push to get your friends tested?"
HIV Day 173: Something Reminds Me That I Have HIV (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"Whether you were recently diagnosed or you have been diagnosed for awhile, the day you found out you were positive is a day you will never forget. As you move forward things change and return to normal, whatever that is, but life is never the same. I talk about my own experience."
"Are You Dirty?", Inspiration and Sex Kits (Posted: August 2012)
"Just a brief look at what is meant when people say are you 'dirty' on hookup sites, and how we have to stop allowing it to be said. Also, a friend spoke with me about getting his friends tested. Finally, I talk about safe sex kits."
The Issue of Blood: A Blog Entry by Rev. Andrena Ingram (August 3, 2012)
"I can certainly identify with this woman on many accounts. I have my own 'issue of blood'. I am living with HIV for over 23 years. There is still not a physician who can heal me from this disease."
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