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Join the virtual vigil to fund AIDS!

  Hi there, SGAC is officially launching our Virtual Vigil (http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/5712/p/salsa/web/common/public/content?content_item_KEY=5119) this week!  What exactly is a virtual vigil, you ask? It's really simple. If we could get  5,000…Read More

President Obama's Speech tonight

Tonight is the State of the Union speech. Will President Obama announce his support to increase funding for global AIDS? Join others from around the world in asking him that today. After the State of the Union speech concludes, and for the next few days,…Read More

Sign the petition to Obama to fight global AIDS

On the campaign trail, President Obama gave his word to step up the fight against global AIDS, promising to double the number of people receiving HIV treatment. President Obama needs our support to keep his bold promise — especially as the number in need of…Read More

Sign the petition to Obama to fight global AIDS

On the campaign trail, President Obama gave his word to step up the fight against global AIDS, promising to double the number of people receiving HIV treatment. But, because of the economic crisis, President Obama needs our support to keep his bold promise.…Read More

Obama's broken promise

On the campaign trail, President Obama gave his word to step up the fight against global AIDS, promising to double the number of people receiving HIV treatment. But instead of keeping his promise, Obama has used the economic crisis as an excuse to flat-line…Read More

Obama's broken promise

On the campaign trail, President Obama gave his word to step up the fight against global AIDS, promising to double the number of people receiving HIV treatment. Now, Obama has used the economic crisis as an excuse to flat-line funding — even though the number…Read More

Obama's broken promise

On the campaign trail, President Obama gave his word to step up the fight against global AIDS, promising to double the number of people receiving HIV treatment. Now, Obama has used the economic crisis as an excuse to flat-line funding — even though the number…Read More
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