This Sunday December 1 Cartagena has celebrated the day of the fight against AIDS.
The Plaza del Icue hosted the concentration convened by the Galactyco Collective for reading the manifesto in memory of people affected by this disease and for early prevention.
After the manifesto, a dance performance was held in the same square.
In the reading of the manifesto was the Councilor for Equality of Cartagena, David Martínez, on behalf of the Municipal Government.
In the afternoon, the performance of 'The Last Number' took place, a dramatic monologue carried out by the Cartagena actor Lito Campillo.
The performance took place at the Galifa Social Center.
The play was organized by the Galactyco Collective in collaboration with the HIVsibles Association.
The amount of the tickets was destined to the HIVsibles Association.
A Zero Row was also enabled for people who wanted to donate and could not attend the event.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena