December 1, 2009

Broadway dims lights for World AIDS Day

Today is World AIDS Day, and while a cure is still out of our reach, and while people all over the world are living with and dying from the disease, it remains important that we don't forget how it affects everyone and that we continue spreading the word about AIDS awareness and prevention and to press for stronger efforts in finding a cure.

Broadway has always been part of the fight against AIDS and tonight at 8 p.m., theaters will be dimming their marquee lights for one minute "remember those lost to AIDS and turned back on to emphasize human rights for those living with HIV/AIDS around the world."


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