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Panelists On Hollywood’s Role in Fight Against AIDS: “This Industry Is Uniquely Engaged To Educate”

Panelists assembled at SAG-AFTRA's headquarters on the eve of World AIDS Day heaped praise on Hollywood for its early and continuing efforts to educate the world about the deadly disease, but they all agreed that the industry can and should do more – especially when it comes to reaching African Americans. "The entertainment industry played a huge role at the beginning of the epidemic, and I believe it can play a huge role in ending it," said Dr.
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