The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, Beverly Hills, CA Videos

Videos by The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation in Beverly Hills. We join Elizabeth's voice in the fight for social justice and human rights for people affected by HIV and AIDS to achieve an AIDS-free world.

Since its inception, LIFEBEAT, a Program of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, has partnered with some of the music industry's most influential and captivating artists to advocate for sexual health awareness and safety among concertgoers nationwide. When Eric Lynn Wright, known professionally as Eazy-E, tragically succumbed to AIDS in March of 1995, the Urban Aid 4 LIFEBEAT event reshaped how hip-hop enthusiasts perceived HIV/AIDS.

Renowned rap artists from New York and New Jersey, including the Wu-Tang Clan, Naughty by Nature, Run-D.M.C., and the Notorious B.I.G., filled Madison Square Garden with five hours of music to raise funds for AIDS research and education.

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