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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a good time to remind the general public of the racial disparities in HIV infection that persist in the United States.
An $8 million bequest from Microsoft pioneer Ric Weiland – part of a total $65 million shared among 10 gay rights and HIV organizations — was instrumental in kick-starting amfAR’s search for a cure for HIV.
A collection of classic hits from the 1980s featuring Sugar for Sugar (with Scarlett Johansson), Aloe Blacc, Theophilus London, and many more was created specifically to benefit amfAR.
amfAR's Milestone Partner, Harry Winston, Inc., is launching a limited-edition Countdown to a Cure timepiece to benefit the Foundation's efforts to develop a cure for HIV.