amfAR is proof people have succumbed to AIDS

Janet JacksonAIDS Ribbon Red and BlackamfAR is proof people have succumbed to AIDSAIDS Awareness

 

The Foundation for AIDS Research was founded in 1985 and since they have invested nearly $290 Million on its mission.  We are talking about an average of about $10 million per year for 25 years.  Yet this diseased killed over 25 million people, with over 33 million infected.  A better calculation would be about $10 per fatality or $3 or $4 per causality.   We are talking about an organization that spends close to 71% towards its objective of 71 cents to a dollar and I think that is very aggressive and phenomenal.

 

We are talking about an organization full of celebrities affiliations, yet there is not International Anthem sung in there behalf, there is not concerts in there behalf, there is just a bunch of silent watchers.  It is time to blow amfAR up, with the promise of Stem Cell Research, AIDS Research promises to reach a new height.  It’s time for a song and a concert, a movie and celebrity promotions on TV and radio.  We cannot afford to sit silently and watch people die unnecessarily.  We have to show hope, that hope be a reality.  The Foundation for AIDS Research does not need celebrity money it needs your time and talents to generate awareness of the current agenda, then the money will follow.  What Janet Jackson is doing is honorable and more should follow suit.

 

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Published in: on September 21, 2009 at 11:16 pm  Leave a Comment  

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