Monday, December 11, 2006

Body Politic Pod 5



Here's a new Podcast from The Body Politic as our efforts continue to stay on the cutting edge of technology with information,news, music and commentary. Thanks to our friends at Evoca, just adjust your volume and click on the icon for this online experience. We are proud to announce our partnership with the Pink Spectrum magazine distributed locally and statewide. Pick up a copy today and support an advertiser. www.arspectrum.bravehost.com

Breaking news: The Ryan White Reauthorization bill was passed by Congress, paving the way for new calculations for funding health initiatives in rual areas and Southern states.

Review Rewind: The Simply Red fundraiser is getting "mixed" reviews for all the hype involved and the lofty expectations that were promoted. Especially the After Party at The Factory that allegedly had a grand attendance of "4" people. If your face was in the place and you got a review, let's hear about here.

Campus Power 2007: Hat's off to students at UCA, Hendrix and other area colleges that will host a February rainbow community meeting to address issues impacting the community at large. Stay tune here for more info....

Got some back talk...do it here by being a citizen journalist. Send it to Nealix101@comcast.net

3 comments:

Joe L said...

Just finished listening to the podcast and LOVED it! Thanks so much for the mention of Little Rock Capital Pride and I just want to add that anyone interested in volunteering, helping out, sponsoring or finding out more information can visit our website http://littlerockcapitalpride.org there is a tab to join the group on the site and we will be thrilled to welcome them and keep them informed of planning, events etc. Again, major props to you for your work in the community!

Arkansas Gay History said...

Campus Power 2007: Hat's off to students at UCA, Hendrix and other area colleges that will host a February rainbow community meeting to address issues impacting the community at large. Stay tune here for more info....



Thursday, December 14, 2006
Bring it! To your campus...

Bring it! To your campus...
Bring It! To your Campus? Operation Get Tested
Who's Positive, a three-year-old national non-profit organization focused on HIV awareness and prevention, has announced Operation: Get Tested (OGT), a national speaking tour of six diverse HIV-positive youth.

The mission of OGT is put a human face on HIV, and, in the process, help to prevent and reduce infection rates among youth and provide opportunity for youth to be tested for HIV.
http://www.whospositive.org/ogt_tour.php

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