NEW YORK, NY Wednesday Dec.7.2005 / -- Alicia Keys and Elton John are among the notable figures featured in American designer Kenneth Cole's new public service campaign on AIDS awareness.

The "We All Have AIDS," public service campaign was unveiled last week on World AIDS Day (December 1st) and will run in newspapers, magazines, radio and outdoor public service advertisements (PSAs). There is also a new dedicated website, a t-shirt initiative and public art installation.

The campaign features a striking picture taken by photographer Mark Seliger of entertainment, political, social and scientific leaders stepping into cement, and includes the message, "We All Have AIDS...IF One Of Us Does."

The campaign's aim is to encourage millions to learn more, protect themselves, get tested and find treatment for HIV/AIDS. The campaign was put together by Kenneth Cole, Viacom and the Kaiser Family Foundation to help erase the stigma associated with people living today with HIV/AIDs.

Along with Alicia Keys and Elton John, some of the other figures pictured in the campaign include Will Smith, Harry Belafonte, President Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sharon Stone, Tom Hanks, Ashley Judd, Whoopi Goldberg and Dame Elizabeth Taylor.

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