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2002-07-12

Nelson Mandela Wraps Up Final Day of the AIDS Conference in Barcelona

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Former South African president Nelson Mandela speaking just moments before this broadcast at the closing ceremony of the fourteenth international AIDS conference in Barcelona, Spain. He and President Clinton closed out the week’s summit with Clinton apologizing for not having put more resources into needle exchange. John Riley of Pacifica radio station WBAI is at the Barcelona conference with a quick wrap-up.

Tape:

  • Nelson Mandela, giving the final account of the AIDS conference.

Guest:

  • John Reilly, reporter for New York Pacifica Station WBAI’s Health Action and activist with Act UP–NY.

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