Thursday, March 24, 2011

AIDS Activist Liz Taylor Dies

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Elizabeth Taylor died at age 79. She reportedly
died of congestive heart failure. She was the first &
most effective celebrity AIDS Activist & Gay Ally in
America. We will miss her.....
"She was surrounded by her children- Michael Wilding,
Christopher Wilding, Liza Todd, and Maria Burton,"
stated Taylor's publicist, Sally Morrison. Michael Wilding,
Taylor's son, released the following statement about his
mother's passing: "We will always be inspired by her
enduring contribution to our world."
Liz was one of the last great Hollywood movie stars. She won
3 academy awards. Twice for best actress for Who's Afraid of
Virginia Woolf? & Butterfield 8 & was also awarded the
Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1993 for her AIDS work.
"Why shouldn't gay people be able to live as open & freely as
everybody else? What it comes down to, ultimately, is love.
How can anything bad come out of love? The bad stuff comes
out of mistrust, misunderstanding and, God knows,
from hate and from ignorance." stated by Liz Taylor....

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Larry Kramer said...

What's was so remarkable about Elizabeth Taylor is so few people use their gift, their intelligence, their celebrity for the sake of humanity like what she did for HIV/AIDS. She's was out there, this beautiful woman, and she never stopped. Her gift provides generous support for timely, essential research that will help redefine and improve legal practice and the legal profession and reshape legal education over the next generation.

March 23, 2011 at 10:01 AM  
Anonymous Jarrett Barrios said...

Today, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community lost an extraordinary ally in the movement for full equality. At a time when so many living with HIV/AIDS were invisible, Dame Taylor fearlessly raised her voice to speak out against injustice. Dame Taylor was an icon not only in Hollywood, but in the LGBT community where she worked to ensure that everyone was treated with the respect and dignity we all deserve.

Jarrett Barrios President of GLAAD

March 23, 2011 at 12:48 PM  

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