Bono to Speak in Chicago on Fighting AIDS, Poverty in Africa


Bono will converse in Chicago about his efforts to fight AIDS and excessive poverty in Africa.

The lead singer of the rock band U2 is scheduled to seem Thursday (Dec. 6) at an Economic Club of Chicago dinner assembly. He’ll take part in a dialogue with Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson, who can also be the membership’s chairwoman.

Bono is co-founder of ONE, an advocacy group that lobbies governments around the globe to handle poverty. He additionally co-founded RED, which companions with well-known manufacturers to lift public consciousness of AIDS. It has raised greater than $500 million for AIDS prevention and therapy in Africa.

The dialogue will probably be livestreamed on the membership’s YouTube channel.