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November 24, 2012 – QNotes

Life, Positively 2012

World AIDS Day 2012 Special Section

qnotes is pleased to partner with Rosedale Infectious Disease and the Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina in presenting this special section, “Life, Positively”, in recognition of World AIDS Day.

Rosedale ID fundraiser nets thousands

HIV/AIDS clinic provides food pantry, free testingm

Nearly 350 people attended a special evening of music, awards and fundraising in early November at Rosedale ID’s annual Evening of Hope and Inspiration. The event, featuring gospel singers Christy Sutherland and Lynda Randle also featured their annual Inspiration Awards presented to radio hosts Matt Harris and Ramona Holloway and youth activist Jordan Mitzel.

RAIN marks 20 years of service

From the end of AIDS Crisis to today, Regional AIDS Interfaith Network founder and staffers devoted to life-changing relationships and service to community

Trained as a minister and having worked in several congregations, the Rev. Deborah Warren didn’t foresee herself leading an HIV/AIDS organization. All that would change in the early 1990s as Warren was faced with the realities of the lingering effects of the harrowing AIDS Crisis.

New advances could help keep HIV at bay

Truvada, OraQuick newest tools for prevention efforts

Two new advances in HIV/AIDS prevention and testing could mean big changes for those at-risk of infection. This summer, the Federal Drug Administration offered their approval to new uses of AIDS medicine Truvada and to an at-home HIV test.

Carolina HIV/AIDS resources

AIDS Service Organizations in North Carolina

North Carolina is blessed to have a plethora of community resources and programming for those living with HIV/AIDS. Several groups throughout the state work to keep the public educated, provide testing and counseling and support and case management to those who test positive. To the right are resources for the Triad, Triangle and Charlotte. Triad …

Charlotte’s community is growing up

Editor's Note

This year marks platinum anniversaries for not one, but two different community organizations here in Charlotte. For two decades, the Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN) and the Charlotte Business Guild have served community members in untold and myriad ways.