Michael Jackson visits Capitol Hill 2004





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March 30- In March 2004 Michael Jackson visited Capitol Hill in Washington, DC as a guest of congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, to promote the fight against AIDS in Africa.

During the brief meeting with Chacka Fattah, a member of the caucus, Jackson read a statement touching on his humanitarian efforts in the battle against AIDS.

"I know that many of you will continue to raise awareness and will continue to fight for funding in Africa," Jackson read. "I want you to know I will do whatever I can to assist you in that fight."

After the meeting, Fattah said Jackson seemed happy, and he praised the singer's efforts in combating AIDS.

"We were happy to have a chance to spend some brief moments to talk to one of the leading celebrities in world that has used their celebrity status to help other people, particularly ... the millions of people on the continent of Africa who are suffering with the most devastating disease known to mankind," Fattah said.


31 de marzo del 2004
Michael Jackson se reune en Washington con varios congresistas demócratas para promocionar la lucha contra el SIDA en Africa, y promete hacer lo que esté en su mano para ayudar.

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