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OHIO: Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Join 'Keep the Promise on AIDS' March in Cleveland, OH


On Saturday, May 11, at 12 noon, advocates will gather at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Plaza in Cleveland for the “Keep the Promise on HIV/AIDS” march and rally. The event will feature civil rights leader Julian Bond, R & B singer Brandy, local Cleveland artists Kaoz and Conya Doss, the Shaw High School Marching Band, and many other dignitaries. For march and rally information, contact Ged Kenslea, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) senior director of communications, at (323) 308–1833 (office), (323) 791–5526 (mobile), or; or contact Joseph Terrill, AHF director of community mobilization, at (213) 453–3630 (mobile) or To learn about the “Keep the Promise” effort, visit, or follow the organization on Facebook at or onTwitter @KTPonAIDS. For AHF information, visit

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