An event two years in the making finally stepped off Saturday morning at South Fort Lauderdale Beach.
You might say this year’s Florida AIDS Walk will be a cake walk.
A seriously good time for a very serious cause. It’s been a year since the Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival, like so many other events, was canceled at the last minute.
Thousands of people will gather at South Beach Park on Fort Lauderdale Beach to raise awareness and money in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Florida on Sunday, March 30.
Event seeking to raise one million this year
The 2017 Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival returns to Fort Lauderdale Beach Sunday March 19.
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It was 1981 in New York City. A group of 80 men was gathered in Larry Kramer’s room, determined to tackle a problem that was destroying their community: HIV/AIDS.
This year’s AIDS Walk & Music Festival hasn’t even stepped off yet, but it’s already a huge success on many levels.
Thousands walked Fort Lauderdale Beach Sunday to raise money for HIV/AIDS services.
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