VIDEO: Why we wear red on fifth day of the AIDS LifeCycle

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dot429 correspondent Itay Hod is on the ground at this year’s AIDS LifeCycle 2014 where he’s been interviewing participants, organizers, and volunteers about what makes one of the world’s largest fundraisers work the way it does.

In this clip, Hod gives us a glimpse of what it looks like on the famous fifth day of the AIDS LifeCycle, known as Red Dress Day, when everyone wears red in solidarity with the symbolic movement to fight, and end, AIDS throughout the world.

Follow the conversation on Twitter with @dot429 and @ItayHod for continued coverage of this year’s AIDS LifeCycle with #WhyRide429.

 

 

See more 429Magazine coverage of this year’s AIDS LifeCycle at the links below:

They met on the LifeCycle. 7 years later, a wedding on the road.

Interview with Wolf Pack, ten friends who raised over $156k for this year’s AIDS LifeCycle

Team raises $700K for this year’s AIDS LifeCycle

Opening remarks at the start of the AIDs LifeCycle

Itay Hod covers the AIDs Life Cycle, traveling to LA from San Francisco

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