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Cheryl Washington, Kevin Goins – Contributing Writers

Angelo Ellerbee – President/Founder, Double XXposure Media Relations

Dionne Warwick, the multi-Grammy winning legend’s activism regarding HIV/AIDS awareness is prominent. The #1 hit, “That’s What Friends Are For” (w/Stevie Wonder, Elton John & Gladys Knight), raised over three million dollars for the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amFAR). Ms. Warwick also served as the Goodwill Ambassador to the UN’S Food & Agriculture Organization.

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