Stephen Lewis and Anna Maria Tremonti in coversation (Photo by Alexis MacDonald)

Great Canadian Conversation about HIV/AIDS in Africa

On the eve of World AIDS Day 2010 (December 1st), the Stephen Lewis Foundation hosted The Great Canadian Conversation about HIV/AIDS in Africa at the Toronto Reference Library’s Bram & Bluma Appel Salon. The conversation, which took place in front of a live audience of over 250 people and was streamed live over the internet, was moderated by CBC Radio’s Anna-Maria Tremonti. Throughout the evening, Stephen Lewis discussed the urgency of the response to the AIDS epidemic and answered questions submitted in advance from across the country.

The intimate conversation was informative, passionate and candid. You can watch it here:
 

 

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