FRONTLINE / AIDS Quarterly Special Report; Born in Africa
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- FRONTLINE / AIDS Quarterly Special Report
- Born in Africa
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Philly Bongoley Lutaaya was a celebrated singer/musician from Uganda who died of AIDS in December 1989. But he died a national hero because he gave his nation new hope in battling the devastation of the disease. This FRONTLINE/AIDS Quarterly special, narrated by Peter Jennings, chronicles Philly Lutaaya's remarkable last year of life as he traveled across Uganda in a crusade to help stop the spread of AIDS, even as the disease ravaged his body.
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