Using Open Minds, Hearts & Voices

Villano, Steve
November 2005
Multichannel News;11/28/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 49, Special Section p2
The article focuses on the efforts of Cable Positive, a nonprofit AIDS education and awareness organization, to increase the awareness on HIV/AIDS and related cases in the United States. Rosario Dawson and Jimmy Fallon are some of the celebrities who support the awareness campaigns of the organization. It has launched the Join the Fight HIV/AIDS public awareness and education campaign in November 2005. Cable systems play a role in imparting the messages of Cable Positive to viewers.


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