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Hairdressers Against AIDS Annual Walk

Lauren Salapatek | July 11, 2011 | 12:22 AM

Thousands of supporters for Hairdressers Against AIDS showed up for the 26th Annual AIDS Walk in New York last Sunday, May 15th.

The organization is an advocacy program sponsored by the L'Oréal Foundation D'Enterprise and UNESCO empowering salon professionals worldwide to use their unique relationship to their clients and communities to become a resource to interact, educate and help prevent the spread of HIV.

For more information on how hairdressers are using their voice for a world without AIDS, visit hairdressersagainstaids.com.

Hairdressers Against AIDS Annual Walk

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