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As the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C started July 22-27, 2012, 22,000 leaders, experts and other individuals gathered to end the AIDS pandemic. Their focus was to spread the awareness of HIV/AIDS and capture the sense of hope and optimism for people living with the virus. One of the advocates to add her powerful international voice to the HIV/AIDS awareness was the beautiful R&B legend Alicia Keys. Keys and many other inspiring leaders had one goal in mind: ending HIV/AIDS. Alicia Keys joined the Kaiser Family Foundation and the National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network for an inspirational gathering with black women living with HIV/AIDS virus. Among 1.1 million people in the United States live with HIV/AIDS and many advocates are lifting their stories and their voice to provide insight and guidance to the community. As many of the black women who attended the gathering were thrilled to meet Alicia Keys, the soul diva was deeply moved by their stories and their willingness to be open.

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