Obama's Plan to End the HIV/AIDS Crisis
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In two days, one thousand activists will do just this. People living with HIV, and allies, from across the country are coming to DC to rally behind Obama's AIDS plan, and call for him to take steps to implement it in his first 100 days in office. We'll be holding an "inauguration ceremony and parade," and will march to the White House and transition team offices.
The AIDS crisis, both domestically and globally, is not something that can be ignored any longer. No president has ever taken fighting AIDS, especially at home, seriously. We're on the verge of inaugurating the first person that not only can help us end the AIDS epidemic, but has the plan to do it, too. We're hopeful that he will really do what he says he's going to do. But we're also taking action, and rallying behind his plan, because we know that grassroots action is the only way we'll really end the AIDS epidemic.