ALICIA KEYS Gathers TWITTER Followers For AIDS March.

By on 8 June, 2011




R&B singer Alicia Keys has reached out to her fans to show their support for the fight against AIDS, by joining a protest in New York on Wednesday (8th June 2011).

 

The No One hitmaker has long been a champion of the cause and spoke at a United Nations event on Tuesday (7th June 2011), ahead of a crucial discussion between world leaders to outline their plans for battling the global pandemic over the next decade.

And Keys rounded up her Twitter.com followers to take part in the March to End AIDS on Wednesday morning. The peaceful protest started at Manhattan’s Bryant Park and ended outside the U.N. headquarters, where the General Assembly meeting was due to take place.
 

Urging followers to join the street march, she posted a note on her social networking page, which read:

“World leaders r (sic) meeting in NYC 2day (sic) to adopt a new declaration to reaffirm commitments to fight global AIDS. Join the march in Bryant Park!”

 

Tomorrow’s News strongly supports any campaign to help fight AIDS, so this is music to my ears!


 


 


 

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