On November 29th at the Bomb Factory in Dallas, AHF hosted it’s highest-profile World AIDS Day concert of the year. The theme of this year’s event was “Our Champions,” honoring both local and historic HIV and AIDS advocates. In keeping with the theme, AHF awarded American physician and diplomat Deborah L. Birx with the AHF Lifetime Achievement award.
Television personality and singer Keke Wyatt kicked off the evening with an exciting performance, followed by R&B sensation Teyana Taylor. But the main event of the evening was the performance by the living legend, Diana Ross. Ross wowed the crowd with her exciting and heartfelt performance.
World AIDS Day events are essential for AHF as we use them as a way to rally a global movement and bring renewed attention to the fight against HIV and AIDS. This event has already drawn media attention and inspired a crowd full of people to become advocates or “champions” within their community.