Monday, November 7, 2011
Hillary Clinton: Repealing Anti-Gay Laws Curbs Spread of HIV/AIDS
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday, Nov. 8, that repealing anti-gay laws is among the ways to curb the spread of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Clinton spoke at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., ahead of the U.S. Conference on AIDS that will take place in Chicago from Nov. 10-13 and World AIDS Day on Dec. 1. She used her NIH speech to announce that the White House has earmarked an additional $60 million to fight the epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. The State Department has also appointed Ellen DeGeneres as a special envoy to raise global awareness of AIDS.
Posted by Boy in Bushwick at 4:05 PM
Labels: Ellen DeGeneres, Hillary Clinton, HIV/AIDS, National Institutes of Health
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