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Fashion designer Kenneth Cole is famous not only for his designs, but also for his marketing campaigns that sell shoes, belts, handbags and clothes—while raising awareness of pivotal social issues ranging from the death penalty to marital fidelity to AIDS. Cloned sheep, inept presidents and condoms are just a few of the subjects Cole has asked the world to (re)consider in his ads.

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Rachel Maddow, the host of MSNBC’s white-hot The Rachel Maddow Show, has been an avid AIDS activist for years. Now, she addresses the topic on prime-time TV. Is Maddow our new Edward R. Murrow? 

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Imperfect Attendance
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Shining Light
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Pos & Neg
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(Un)deniable Evidence
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New campaign asks Chi-Town to take action.

Cruz Control
by James Wortman
Diagnosed with HIV in 1991 at the age of 21, Damaries 'Dee' Cruz was told that she had just one year to live. In 2009, however, she looks forward to not one, but two birthdays. On July 16 she celebrates her 39th birthday, but she might argue that November 23 is the more important milestone of the two: the anniversary of her diagnosis.

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