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On The Hill Videos
D.C. Conference 2009 Earvin “Magic” Johnson
The basketball star and AIDS activist delivers the keynote address at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Jeffrey Crowley
Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Ted Koppel Interviews Magic Johnson
The former anchor of Nightline talks to Magic Johnson about living with HIV.
D.C. Conference 2009: Nancy Pelosi
The former House Speaker is honored with amfAR’s Award of Courage.
D.C. Conference 2009: Dr. Anthony Fauci
Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases discusses the latest in HIV/AIDS research.
D.C. Conference 2009: Dr. Jack Whitescarver
Director of the Office of AIDS Research at NIH speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Susan Blumenthal
Conference chair and amfAR Senior Policy and Medical Advisor speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Kevin Robert Frost
amfAR’s CEO discusses the importance of funding HIV/AIDS programs and research.
D.C. Conference 2009: Barbara Lee
U.S. Representative (D-CA) talks about securing funding for HIV/AIDS programs targeting African Americans.
D.C. Conference 2009: Nita Lowey
U.S. Representative (D-NY) advocates for robust funding of global HIV/AIDS programs.
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