Singer Annie Lennox discusses her HIV/AIDS activism work. Post-apartheid, thousands are dying in Africa every day as a result of the deadly HIV virus. The majority of those affected are women and children. The impact of this tragic situation has lead the star to take part in news conferences, interviews and other platforms, aiming to inform individuals and to raise awareness about the fatal disease.
The musician has spent eight years working for her SING campaign, raising tremendous funds and awareness that aims to put an eventual end to this deadly epidemic. Lennox shares stories documenting her experiences and describes the friendship with Nelson Mandela that lead her to begin her activism work. The singer shares compelling stories and encourages individuals to accept and help those with the virus, hoping that solidarity replaces judgement, prejudice and ignorance.
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Annie Lennox Keynotes
Presented by this singer-turned activist, Annie Lennox's keynotes highlight how great of a performer...