January 12th, 2011
04:30 PM ET

Video: Susan Sarandon on her 'Deciding Moment'

Editor's note: Tune in to "Hope Survives: 30 Years of AIDS," an AC360° beginning 9pm ET Friday.
Greater Than AIDS – a new national movement to respond to AIDS in America– is asking Americans to share their “Deciding Moments," personal experiences that changed how they think about the disease and inspired them to get involved. For many it is someone close to them who was infected. For some it was their own diagnosis. For others it was a realization that we all have a role to play. Tell us about your “Deciding Moment” by visiting: www.greaterthan.org/moment.

Related: Hope survives, 30 years after first US AIDS diagnosis

Related: Visit Greater Than AIDS for answers to frequently asked questions about HIV/AIDS, as well as information about local testing centers.

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  1. Chuck and Linda Smith

    In the wake of the Tucson shooting, there has been much talk of possible gaffs in relation to the non-reporting of the very troubled shooter, that is, why proper authorities or mental health professionals were not alerted.

    We would like to report a group of individuals, namely the Westboro Baptist Church, who are obviously deranged and not thinking rationally, which we believe makes them a threat to themselves and society at large; remember Jonestown? We don't know the laws of Kansas as pertains to reporting such individuals. There is such a law on the books in AZ. These folks would have been considered wackos in the Dark Ages, much less in the 21st century. Please utilize this blog as our legal effort to initiate proper evaluation of these maladjusted individuals. By the way, they may be experiencing some communication problems. We think it's possible that their God hates THEM, and they are misinterpreting his messages.

    January 12, 2011 at 5:24 pm |