Obama renews U.S. commitment to ending AIDS in World AIDS Day speech

March 26, 2016

The event, sponsored by ONE and (RED), will be broadcast live online. In addition, "[l]ater in the day, Gayle Smith, special assistant to the President and senior director for Development and Democracy at the White House, and Ambassador Eric Goosby, U.S. global AIDS coordinator, will be taking ... questions on the global AIDS epidemic and what the Obama administration is doing to bring it to an end," according to "The White House Blog." The session will be broadcast live at 2:30pm at WhiteHouse/live and questions can be submitted via Facebook, Twitter using the hashtag #WHChat, or a webform (Sabochik, 11/30). The White House also provides a fact sheet titled, "The Beginning of the End of AIDS" (12/1).

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