NE Ohio Marks World AIDS Day

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Sunday is World AIDS Day, and this year in Northeast Ohio, it marks a new beginning for the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland.

Monday, the group will be dedicating their new home with the help of Mayor Frank Jackson while also holding a candlelight vigil.

Tracy Jones, the taskforce's executive director, and singer Bernita Ewing -- who sings in the new movie "Black Nativity" -- stopped at Fox 8 to talk about the event.

The event starts at 5 p.m. at 2829 Euclid Avenue.

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  • george johnston

    AIDS Day? 98% of those with AIDS are active homosexuals who engage in risky behavior. How about Single Parent Day but use the opportunity to counsel dad’s to support their own children or round them up and force them to work rather than have responsible tax payers pay for their kid’s food, shelter and health care.

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