Alicia Keys Host Fundrasier For Keep A Child Alive


Pictured: Performer Alicia Keys, right, meets Ugandan native Grace Akampumuza, left, an AIDS patient and HIV medic, and Michael Weinstein, middle, President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation and a Black Ball Honoree, at the Black Ball event Thursday, November 3, 2005 in New York. The Black Ball is the finale event in TIME magazine’s Global Health Summit.

Usher, Paul Simon, John Mayer, Common, Angelique Kidjo, Baaba Maal, Femi Kuti and the Agape Children’s Choir from Durban, South Africa also joined Alicia Keys for a live performance. All proceeds from “The Black Ball” benefit Keep a Child Alive.

TIME magazine’s Global Health Summit is where leaders in medicine, government, business, public policy and the arts convene to develop actions and solutions to health crises.

Photo by Zack Seckler (PRNewsFoto)

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