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Sigfried Aragona, RN, joins us again to talk about what Pennsylvania's "green phase" means, and how demonstrators can protect themselves and others from COVID-19 while fighting for justice.
We will return next week with a regular episode.
Here is the link to the NPR interview that Sigfried referenced:
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A long-term survivor talks about living in the nation's capital at the height of the epidemic, and why sometimes just being nice trumps personal freedom.
*This title is a Magnetic Fields reference and you're awesome if you know who we're talking about.
Valerie has been living with HIV since 1991. Her story of living with the stigma of being a poz woman, and how she finds the strength to persevere, is deeply moving. Sigfried Aragona, RN, shares some info about the COVID-19 pandemic to help us all stay safe and healthy.
A survivor of childhood sexual abuse and long-term HIV survivor talks about resilience and how just one person can make a difference. Jamie Plocinski, LCSW, talks about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and coping through adulthood.