The Nicholas Snow Show"Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity."
The Nicholas Snow Show spotlights topics and conversations focused on expanding the consciousness of participants and viewers worldwide, therefore both literally and philosophically “Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity.” (Visit this link for information on pitching guests).
In the final episode in a week of The Nicholas Snow Show broadcasts celebrating the 36th Anniversary of Desert AIDS Project, Nicholas is deeply honored to interview David Brinkman, M.B.A., DAP Chief Executive Officer & President.
Not knowing where to turn to access care and medication can be overwhelming for someone with HIV if they’ve lost a job or insurance, and especially if they need food and help with housing. There are more services and programs available than many patients realize.
Kimmie Miller, LVN, Charge Nurse at Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California, stepped up big time with her colleagues as they used their institutional knowledge to rapidly respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet Kimmie and some of her colleagues (who have gone public with their own stories) caught the virus themselves.
“I will do ANYTHING to help someone get tested for HIV and other STI’s if they want,” explains C.J. Tobe, Director of Community Health for Desert AIDS Project, who #PromoHomoTV Producer/Host Nicholas Snow describes as “a fierce advocate.”
Meeting Nicholas Snow’s Personal Physician, David Morris, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California. In this episode of PromoHomo.TV’s The Nicholas Snow Show, we explore how Dr. Morris has be integral in the dramatic expansion of the agency and its mission.
“Desert AIDS Project (D.A.P.) marks its beginning in 1984, the year it received official non-profit status. It’s an important milestone and represents the dedication and true grit of the founders who came together to help members of their community die with dignity through compassionate hospice care. But for founding member and first executive director George Sonsel, D.A.P. was born five years earlier.”
I had envisioned a program that would spotlight viewer comments. However, most of my programs are viewed after they are live. With this “pilot” I learned that I don’t have enough live viewer engagement (yet!), so I won’t be proceeding with Democracy on Life Support at this time. I do, however, have a lot of original programming in the pipepline, produced multiple times each week. Thank you for your support!
PromoHomo.TV Producer/Host Nicholas Snow is delighted to once again spotlight the important, life-saving work of the L-Fund. Appearing in this episode of The Nicholas Snow Show, L-Fund Executive Director Barbara Carpenter, and Board Members Betty Berrysmith and Sharon Siegel.
Adrian Christian – most known as a singer/songwriter, is wearing his activist hat in leading an effort to bring about a National COVID-19 Testing Day.
In this PromoHomo.TV Special Report, National LGBTQ Task Force’s Candace Bond-Theriault, Esq., LL.M, joins the broadcast to put recent Supreme Court decisions in context, offering her perspectives at the Task Force’s Senior Policy Director, Health, Rights & Justice, and Democracy Project Director.