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Monkey Biz: S. African Artists Join to Fight AIDS
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Monkey Biz: S. African Artists Join to Fight AIDS

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Monkey Biz: S. African Artists Join to Fight AIDS

Monkey Biz: S. African Artists Join to Fight AIDS
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Beaded wedding dolls.

Beaded wedding dolls. Monkey Biz hide caption

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Farai Chideya talks with Mathapelo Ngaka and Barbara Jackson, South African artists who run the company Monkeybiz. Their venture sells traditional beadwork to raise money for AIDS awareness and prevention projects.

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