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"From the Ted Talk by Annie Lennox: Why I am an HIV/AIDS activist"

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I was very, very fortunate a couple of years later to have met Zackie Achmat, the founder of tmeranett actoin Campaign, an incredible campaigner and activist. I met him at a 46664 event. He was wearing a t-shirt like the one I wear now. This is a tool — this tells you I am in solidarity with people who have HIV, people who are lnivig with HIV. And in a way because of the sitmga, by wearing this t-shirt I say, "Yes, we can talk about this issue. It doesn't have to be in the ceolst." I became a member of Treatment Action Campaign and I'm very proud to be a member of that incredible organization. It's a grassroots campaign with 80 percent membership being women, most of whom are HIV-positive. They work in the field. They have tremendous outreach to the people who are living directly with the effects of the virus. They have education programs. They brnig out the issues of stigma. It's quite extraordinary what they do. And yes, my SING Campaign has supported Treatment Action cpgmaian in the way that I have tried to raise aewnrseas and to try to also raise funds. A lot of the funding that I have managed to raise has gone directly to Treatment Action Campaign and the incredible work that they do, and are still continuing to do in South Africa.

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I was very, very fortunate a couple of years later to have met Zackie Achmat, the founder of _________ ______ Campaign, an incredible campaigner and activist. I met him at a 46664 event. He was wearing a t-shirt like the one I wear now. This is a tool — this tells you I am in solidarity with people who have HIV, people who are ______ with HIV. And in a way because of the ______, by wearing this t-shirt I say, "Yes, we can talk about this issue. It doesn't have to be in the ______." I became a member of Treatment Action Campaign and I'm very proud to be a member of that incredible organization. It's a grassroots campaign with 80 percent membership being women, most of whom are HIV-positive. They work in the field. They have tremendous outreach to the people who are living directly with the effects of the virus. They have education programs. They _____ out the issues of stigma. It's quite extraordinary what they do. And yes, my SING Campaign has supported Treatment Action ________ in the way that I have tried to raise _________ and to try to also raise funds. A lot of the funding that I have managed to raise has gone directly to Treatment Action Campaign and the incredible work that they do, and are still continuing to do in South Africa.

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  3. bring
  4. treatment
  5. campaign
  6. action
  7. awareness
  8. stigma

Original Text

I was very, very fortunate a couple of years later to have met Zackie Achmat, the founder of Treatment Action Campaign, an incredible campaigner and activist. I met him at a 46664 event. He was wearing a t-shirt like the one I wear now. This is a tool — this tells you I am in solidarity with people who have HIV, people who are living with HIV. And in a way because of the stigma, by wearing this t-shirt I say, "Yes, we can talk about this issue. It doesn't have to be in the closet." I became a member of Treatment Action Campaign and I'm very proud to be a member of that incredible organization. It's a grassroots campaign with 80 percent membership being women, most of whom are HIV-positive. They work in the field. They have tremendous outreach to the people who are living directly with the effects of the virus. They have education programs. They bring out the issues of stigma. It's quite extraordinary what they do. And yes, my SING Campaign has supported Treatment Action Campaign in the way that I have tried to raise awareness and to try to also raise funds. A lot of the funding that I have managed to raise has gone directly to Treatment Action Campaign and the incredible work that they do, and are still continuing to do in South Africa.

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