Tweet the White House to Fight AIDS (VIDEO)

Demand a bold plan to ensure an AIDS-free generation by 2015
Margaret, 24, at the Mbagala Rangitatu Preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV clinic in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, on April 4, 2011. (Photo: Getty Images)
Oct 19, 2011
Exec. Prod. of Franchises & Series. He previously reported for HuffPost, L.A. Daily Journal, and Biloxi Sun-Herald.

Thirty million people have been killed since the HIV/AIDS pandemic began ravaging the planet three decades ago. But AIDS is preventable, and doctors can keep pregnant HIV-positive mothers from transmitting the virus to their children

The world is on the cusp of seeing the first AIDS-free generation, since the disease's inception, born in 2015. But achieving that goal will require bold leadership from the White House. That's why (RED) and ONE are calling on everyone to tweet President Obama today and ask him to announce a plan by World AIDS Day—December 1—that will ensure those children are born AIDS-free.

Click here to help move us one step closer to the #EndOfAIDS.

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