Paul Zeitz

Executive Director, Global AIDS Alliance

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Paul Zeitz on KCRW

Coming to a movie theater near you: a
two-and-a-half minute trailer, narrated by President Bush, showcasing his
anti-AIDS programs in Africa.   This week, the President is  visiting…

Bush's African Legacy

Coming to a movie theater near you: a two-and-a-half minute trailer, narrated by President Bush, showcasing his anti-AIDS programs in Africa. This week, the President is visiting…

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