Crosscurrents

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Crosscurrents is the daily news magazine from KALW Public Radio. We are part of KALW's Public Interest Reporting Project, which began in 2003 with the goal of expanding local in-depth reporting – at a time when most news organizations were cutting back on public interest journalism.

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4:43pm

Thu July 10, 2014
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: July 10, 2014

Steps local schools are taking to curb gun violence, and blues legend Sugar Pie.

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5:00pm

Wed July 9, 2014
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: July 9, 2014

A conversation with Naina Khanna; Living with HIV as a senior; and StoryCorps: Honoring yourself by honoring others.

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5:00pm

Wed July 9, 2014
Health, Science, Environment

Interview: Naina Khanna

Back when HIV was first diagnosed in San Francisco, it hit the gay male population hard. Since that time, the virus has spread to more diverse communities. Naina Khanna is the executive director for Positive Women’s Network, which represents more than 2,500 HIV positive women. In 2010, she was appointed to president Obama’s Advisory council on HIV/AIDS. When Khanna herself was diagnosed with HIV in 2002, she was actually working on a different political campaign, as she told KALW’s Ben Trefny. 

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5:00pm

Wed July 9, 2014
StoryCorps

StoryCorps: Honoring yourself by honoring others

It takes all kinds of people to help support those with HIV. Friends and co-workers Adrienne Elias and Eric Sutter come from very different backgrounds, but they both feel passionate about their work at Shanti, a San Francisco non-profit dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with HIV and other life threatening illnesses.

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5:00pm

Wed July 9, 2014
Health, Science, Environment

Living with HIV as a senior

Jasmin Lopez

People 50 years or older now make up the majority of HIV and AIDS cases in San Francisco. Since HIV emerged in the 1980's, treatments have improved -- allowing people to live longer with this chronic illness. So as the number of older people living with HIV grows, so do the other things that come with age -- like access to affordable housing and health care, mental health issues and isolation.
 

Affordable Housing

 

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