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World AIDS Day, 2004


World AIDS Day - December 1, 2004

Today is World AIDS Day. This is only one out of the 365 days of the year. AIDS IS EVERY DAY. I cannot stress that enough. It’s fine to ask “what can I do, where can I go?” I’ll be listing these links below.
What I’m asking people to personally do is to reach out, to get to know people who are aware of the virus, who have seen the ups and downs, and know what it’s like to see the deaths of more than a few, but have also been able to celebrate life itself.
I do not take this lightly, and you shouldn’t either.
Reach out, everyone, please. It’s the least you can do.
Do not sit back in your chairs and merely read, sympathize, and just pull out your wallets. Do something, touch someone, communicate. Its out there, and it’s not going away.
Reach out.
Email me.
Instant message me.
I’m here for a reason.
And I’m not going anywhere.


*Please note. Link And Think’s site has not updated this year. For more information about today, check out World AIDS Day dot Org and Light to Unite.
Maurice Cherry’s World AIDS Day.
BGB’s Link, And Think. And Rethink.
Bejata’s Women, Girls, HIV, and AIDS.
Bejata’s Free to Be Me With HIV.
Rachel’s World AIDS Day.
Keith Boykin’s My Fire Shall Bring Life.
Anitra’s World AIDS Day.
Prime says Everyday is World AIDS Day. Get involved today.
Much love to Steven G. Fullwood on Cynthia Faye Fullwood.
Ronn Taylor’s WAD, 2004.
Christopher David’s At A Moment’s Notice.
J-Notes remembers Michael.
Fly Girl reminisces.
Sean encourages you to fight AIDS at home.
Saga gives love to World AIDS Day.
Jason speaks about World AIDS Day: Minorities At Risk.
Terrance says: All I Want…
Stephanie reminds people:Don’t be too arrogant to speak on it.
Blue speaks about World AIDS Day.
J. Brotherlove rewinds, reminding us that even though his spirit is not up, he still loves us.
The Love Hater expresses himself, with Five Minutes To Go.
Deb talks about World AIDS Day.
Rod speaks out on the upward statistics of HIV.

12 Responses “World AIDS Day, 2004”

  1. 1 December 2004 at 07:51

    World AIDS Day

    Last year, I wrote about the need to educate people and communities about not only HIV and AIDS, but also on a larger scale about sexuality and the body. And I still feel that education and activism is needed,…

  2. 1 December 2004 at 08:12

    thank you for reminding me.

  3. 1 December 2004 at 09:25

    Thanks for being short and to the point: it should be an EVERY day concern and issue. Much Peace & Love.

  4. 1 December 2004 at 10:15

    If I can do nothing else (and I should be able to do more, but still) the very least I can do is steal & post your links on my page, and maybe they’ll hit someone else home like they did me. Thanks & stay blessed.

  5. 1 December 2004 at 10:29

    I am thankful for your post and for you!

  6. 1 December 2004 at 10:54

    it’s amazing how prevalent hiv/aids is in our daily lives, and yet most of us never talk about it. sad huh…

  7. 1 December 2004 at 11:04

    Thanks for making me aware of World Aids Day today. I will be sure to spread the word.

  8. 1 December 2004 at 11:44

    Thank you. Much love and many blessings.

  9. World Aids Day

    Today is World AIDS Day. AIDS is not just something we need to acknowledge on December 1st, it needs to be talked about everyday. Tell somebody to tell someone else that AIDS/HIV doesn’t care about your skin color or…

  10. 1 December 2004 at 13:34

    World AIDS Day: Minorities at Risk

  11. 1 December 2004 at 14:10

    World AIDS Day 2004

    We are in this fight together.
    For many professional and personal reasons, today’s World AIDS Day 2004 has special significance. I can recall during undergraduate studies running from the subject of HIV/AIDS. I knew that I wanted to study the live…

  12. 1 December 2004 at 17:36

    I Remember Michael

    Today is World AIDS Day or maybe we should call it the day when the world stops for a moment…

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