Ryan-Vollmar, Susan
May 2007
Bay Windows;5/31/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 24, p1
The author discusses the 2007 AIDS Walk, which took place on June 3, 2007, in Boston, Massachusetts. The author explains that the AIDS Walk has been happening in Massachusetts since 1985, and since then more than 20,000 people have participated in the six-mile walk, raising more than 30 million for services and programs offered by the AIDS Action Committee. According to the article the 2007 AIDS Walk had more than 15,000 participants.


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