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Elizabeth Taylor’s passion for HIV/AIDS advocacy lives on through her grandchildren, including Laela Wilding & Naomi deLuce Wilding
by Larry Buhl
Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Sean Black
On Easter Monday of 1992, Elizabeth Taylor [A&U, February 2003] took the stage at Wembley Stadium in London to give a brief public service message at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness. She pointed a regal finger at the crowd and gave a passionate speech about safe sex. “In just two short weeks there will be as many new infections as there are people here tonight,” she said to the crowd of about 70,000.
“Protect yourselves, love yourselves, respect yourselves, because I will keep on telling you until you do,” she said. “I won’t give in and I won’t give up because the world…
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