City landmarks go red for World AIDS Day

Coit Tower and City Hall will be turning red Tuesday in honor of World AIDS Day.

San Francisco is one of nine major cities in the U.S. participating in project Red, which helps raise awareness and funds to fight the AIDS epidemic in Africa, the country hit hardest by the disease.

Project Red has generated $140 million for the global AIDS fund. For more information, visit www.joinred.com.

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