Bono: TED Prize wish: Join my call to action on Africa

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Musician and activist Bono accepts the 2005 TED Prize with a riveting talk, arguing that aid to Africa isn’t just another celebrity cause; it’s a global emergency. He argues passionately that mere charity won’t solve the serious problems facing the world’s second-largest continent. The solution, he says, is equal human rights. And it isn’t just our moral obligation; it’s an economic and strategic necessity. He ends by unveiling his TED Prize wishes, calling for TED’s help to build a new social movement for Africa.

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