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TENNESSEE: Activities Set Locally for AIDS Day Observance




 

Knoxville News-Sentinel (11.29.11) - Tuesday, November 29,

Knoxville will observe World AIDS Day Thursday with a program - including music, skits, refreshments, and a candlelight vigil - beginning at 7 p.m. at Holiday Inn World's Fair Park. "Our goal is to achieve zero new infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero discrimination against HIV-infected people," said Jack Moore, vice president of the Tennessee Association of People with AIDS, who will emcee the evening. Numerous HIV testing outreaches are planned this week in venues throughout the city.



 


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