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Rickey Smiley, Pastor Freddie Haynes, Deputy Mayor Pro-Tem Dwaine R.

Caraway, KBFB 97.9 The Beat, The City of Dallas, Metro PCS, Dallas County Community College District and the MLK, Jr.

Family Clinic present The Second Annual "Hip Hop for HIV" Concert @ THE PALLADIUM BALLROOM!Dallas, TX, June 9, 2009 â€" Radio One, Inc.-� Healthcare remains a critical national issue yet first it is a personal one that requires an individual to be proactive and this July that issue of being proactive takes center stage as Rickey Smiley, Mayor Pro-Tem Dwaine Caraway, KBFB 97.9 The Beat, The City of Dallas, and The MLK, Jr.

Family Clinic launch their awareness initiative throughout the Metroplex with an annual event to educate the community on the epidemic of HIV/AIDS with The Second Annual Hip Hop for HIV concert on July 12, 2009 @ THE PALLADIUM BALLROOM located at 1135 South Lamar, Dallas, Texas from 3:00PM to 8:00PM.Knowing your status and "testing for tickets" is the core initiative of this annual event specifically for the age group between 15 to 30 years of age.� "Testing for tickets" allows those tested to know their status, be further educated on the disease and more importantly better informed on the social and medical services available to treat those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS locally, regionally and nationally.Testing sites will be designated throughout the DFW Metroplex as Rickey Smiley, Mayor Pro-Tem Dwaine Caraway, KBFB 97.9 The Beat, The City of Dallas, and the MLK, Jr.

Family Clinic collaborate with several community based organizations to begin confidential testing from June 12, 2009 to July 10, 2009.

Anyone tested will receive One FREE Ticket to gain entry into the concert July 12, 2009, beginning at 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM at The Palladium Ballroom located at 1135 South Lamar in Dallas, Texas .More than 1.2 million people live with HIV/AIDS and the most impact continues to be prevalent in the African American and Hispanic communities.

In the third quarter of 2008, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services, Dallas reported 402 new HIV cases and 366 new AIDS cases with 43% African American and 29% Hispanic.

Globally more than 16 million people have died of AIDS and more than 16,000 people become newly infected each day.The concert, scheduled for July 12, 2009 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM at THE PALLADIUM BALLROOM located at 1135 South Lamar, Dallas, Texas will feature DORROUGH, TWISTA, PAPER CHASER, MULLAGE and LETOYA LUCKETT, and many more regional & Local Hip Hop artists.

These artists during their performances will further facilitate on the importance of being proactive, knowing your status and maintaining a healthier lifestyle.Be Proactive; Get Personal and Party at The Second Annual Hip Hop for HIV at THE PALLADIUM BALLROOM, 1135 South Lamar, Dallas, Texas from 3:00PM to 8:00PM because this disease continues to get more and more personal…and we all must take it personally.

A very special THANKS goes out to METRO PCS & DALLAS COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT for coming on board as Event Sponsors and making it possible for us to continue to address this very serious situation.For additional information contact Stephen Red Delasbour or Stephanie Nash @ 972-331-5400 or Log on to www.979thebeat.comSynbad OntiverosInteractive Media Director/Part Time PersonalityRadio One DallasKBFB 97.9 the Beat972.331.5570 Direct Line972.331.5577 Fax Line

http://www.hiphoppress.com/2009/06/the-second-annual-hip-hop-for-hiv-concert-the-palladium-ballroom.html
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