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World AIDS Day is the perfect time to unlearn the nonsense and put the conspiracy theories to rest. Some of the industry’s biggest names gathered in Times Square yesterday to offer their support for World AIDS Day. Yesterday’s lineup included Carrie Underwood, U2, Bruce Springsteen and Yeezus himself! RELATED:NO DEAL! Kanye West Rejects Offer Worth Millions West’s nine minute set included fan favorites like “Jesus Walks“, “Touch the Sky” and “Power”. Watch Yeezy […]


  In honor of World Aids Day, Kanye West decided to treat the folks of New York City with a surprise performance.   Ye captivated…

AIDS and HIV are not the immediate death sentences they once were. But of course, that’s no excuse for us to stay lax on practicing…

Thirty years ago, a mysterious illness swept the country. Doctors couldn’t find anything to proscribe for the mystery illness because nobody knew what it was. We soon discovered the silent assassin was called HIV/AIDS. Once given a name, people who had contracted the disease were ostracized by many. The disrespect and lack of compassion for […]

Alicia Keys’ AIDS fundraiser hit its $1 million goal last night, but the credit doesn’t go to the millions of followers she or any of the celebrity participants have in their social networks.

Alicia Keys' intentions may have been good when she launched her "Digital Death" campaign, but it looks like the AIDS fundraising campaign is falling short of expectations.

In commemoration of World AIDS Day on Wednesday (December 1), several metro Atlanta locations will be offering free HIV/AIDS testing on that day. Click here for a list.

Alicia Keys and Usher have agreed to go offline on Wednesday, which is World AIDS Day, to raise awareness for Keep A Child Alive, a charity by Digital Life Sacrifice that Keys has long supported.

In recognition of <strong>World AIDS Day</strong>, singer <strong>Alicia Keys</strong> performed a special <strong>concert</strong> last night at the Nokia Theatre in <strong>New York’s Time Square</strong>. The concert aired live on <strong>YouTube</strong>. Check out the performance highlights here.<!--more-->

In recognition of <strong>World AIDS Day</strong>, singer <strong>Alicia Keys</strong> will perform a special concert <strong>tonight</strong> at the Nokia Theatre in <strong>New York's Time Square</strong>. The concert will air live on <strong>YouTube at 8 p.m</strong>.<!--more-->