Often found cracking jokes, Jamie Foxx recently put on his serious cap to shoot a public service announcement for the Center of Disease Control and Prevention's new social media campaign, "i know." Launched on March 4, "i know" uses Twitter, Facebook, text messaging and a new Web site, www.actagainstaids.org, to increase conversation about HIV/AIDS among African American young adults. Foxx and other Black leaders and celebs are co-signing the campaign with messages that spark discourse on the virus among this high-risk demographic. Watch Foxx's PSA... Read More: HIV Rate in Some Urban Areas Higher Than In AfricaCommentary: Black Americans Are Greater Than AIDSMarvelyn Brown is HIV Positive and Greater Than AIDS

Essence.com
Mar, 04, 2010

Often found cracking jokes, Jamie Foxx recently put on his serious cap to shoot a public service announcement for the Center of Disease Control and Prevention's new social media campaign, "i know." Launched on March 4, "i know" uses Twitter, Facebook, text messaging and a new Web site, www.actagainstaids.org, to increase conversation about HIV/AIDS among African American young adults. Foxx and other Black leaders and celebs are co-signing the campaign with messages that spark discourse on the virus among this high-risk demographic. Read More:

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