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Leading with One Voice

In 2005 I traveled to Kenya with my church. While in Kenya I visited an HIV/AIDS clinic, and I watched as a woman left with some life-saving medication in her hands. Her small son trailed behind. I turned to the nurse next to me and asked where the medication came from. As the nurse told me, I realized the ARVs (Anti-Retrovirals) came from the funding I, along with other Americans, had lobbied President Bush and Congress to support.

I still smile as I think about that Kenyan mother. It's true that some extraordinary things have happened through my involvement with the ONE Campaign, but mostly I'm that ordinary stay-at-home mom who's now a voice for the voiceless.

March12, 2007 at 9:31 PM

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