Speaking Out: The Health Causes That Celebs Support

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  • Star Jones: Heart Disease
  • President Barack Obama: Health Care
  • Alicia Keys: HIV/AIDS
  • Anthony Anderson: Diabetes
  • Gabrielle Union: Breast Cancer
  • Taye Diggs: Childhood Hunger
  • Michelle Williams: Depression
  • Boris Kodjoe: Spina Bifida
  • Nicole Ari Parker: Getting Black Women to Exercise
  • K. Michelle: Domestic Violence
  • Putting a Face to a Cause
  • First Lady Michelle Obama: Childhood Obesity
  • Damon Dash: Type 1 Diabetes
  • Holly Robinson Peete: Autism
  • Richard Roundtree: Breast Cancer
  • Toni Braxton: Lupus
  • Tom Joyner: Going to the Doctor
  • Rihanna: Terminally Ill Children
  • Montel Williams: Multiple Sclerosis
  • Kelly Rowland: Fitness

Alicia Keys: HIV/AIDS

Since 2002, Grammy award-winning singer Alicia Keys has made HIV/AIDS in Africa a top priority: She created the organization Keep A Child Alive, which provides lifesaving AIDS medications for Africans living with HIV. Recently, Keys and the Kaiser Family Foundation created Empowerment, a new program for women in the U.S. living with HIV.

(Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Children's Rights)

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