World AIDS Day is observed on December 1, every year and is dedicated for raising awareness on AIDS disease. Many artists have collaborated with the ONE.org project raising their voice for the prevention of the disease.
Via a Youtube video, Irish actor Colin Farrell remembered for his villain role in comic based film Daredevil has borrowed his voice for the AIDS campaign named “It Startes With Me” and organized by ONE.org. The organization founded by U2 leading singer and philanthropist Bono, states the message against contagion and pro prevention.
“It’s not an African disease, it’s not an American disease. It’s not a disease of ay country, any region, any continent or any sexuality, gay or straight. It’s just a human disease that has taken so much life and continue to do so. It doesn’t have to be that way.” Colin Farrell
The actor joins a list of artists and personalities like Zoe Saldana, Kellan Lutz, DJ Tiesto and Perez Hilton. Along side the celebrities, the advice of several HIV patients is presented in the campaign video.
Nowadays, there are about 500 million africans who are HIV positive, unfortunately giving the region a 42-years-old of life expectancy.