The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

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Working tirelessly on the AIDS crisis throughout the 1980s, Elizabeth Taylor established The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in 1991 to carry out her vision for an AIDS-free world. ETAF works to provide the direct care needed for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Emphasizing Elizabeth's voice, commitment, and concentration on hard-to-reach communities, ETAF's domestic advocacy initiatives remain a priority. HIV Decriminalization nationally is ETAF’s primary advocacy initiative. ETAF's programs have also expanded to ensure that HIV prevention education and access to treatment are available through domestic and international initiatives. LIFEBEAT, is ETAF’s newest program. On the ground at music tours, festivals, and within broadcast, digital, social, and print campaigns, LIFEBEAT engages at-risk youth about safe sex, HIV prevention, and the services that support them regardless of status, gender, or sexuality.

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