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AIDS 2010 Day Two: The Wisdom of Youth

By Mark S. King

July 20, 2010

Today was a blast, because I spent it with my intellectual peers -- puppets, show people and youth! In this video blog entry from AIDS 2010 in Vienna you'll meet some amazing young people from around the world who are making a difference in their communities. You'll also be as charmed as I was by a program that teaches children in Africa about HIV/AIDS through puppetry.

If there is one thing I have learned, it is that these young people can speak for themselves. So I'll let them. Thanks for watching!

Be sure to keep checking for my daily updates -- tomorrow will be a report from the first human rights march ever held from the international AIDS conference, to be led by Annie Lennox.

Meanwhile, please be well!

Mark

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