Here's the story of the Treatment Action Campaign or how a handful of people created a global movement that changed the world.
Ten people, three banners, one folding table and just a handful of petitions — the fight to save the lives of millions of HIV-positive people began with the trappings of no more than your average mall fundraising stand on a December day at the foot of Cape Town's St George’s Cathedral.
“The National Association of People Living with Aids has initiated the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) to draw attention to the unnecessary suffering and Aids-related deaths of thousands of people in Africa,” said a statement released 20 years ago announcing the TAC’s formation.
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