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President Obama will speak at an event hosted by the ONE Campaign and (RED),

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On Thursday, December 1, World AIDS Day, President Obama will speak at an event hosted by the ONE Campaign and (RED), joining former President George W. Bush and others who have been so critical in the worldwide fight against AIDS. The event, called “The Beginning of the End of AIDS,” will take place at George Washington University on Thursday morning. More details, including media credentialing information, will be released as they become available.


 

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