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BET Networks Special 'What U Know Bout That? Rap-It-Up Sex Quiz' HIV/AIDS To Premiere On Monday, November 5 At 7:30 P.M. ET/PT
Date:11/2/2007

Special Guest Appearances by Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Common, Romeo and Lyfe

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- BET Networks today announced that their award-winning national HIV/AIDS public information campaign with the Kaiser Family Foundation, Rap-It-Up teamed up with BET News on the provocative new HIV/AIDS special, "WHAT U KNOW BOUT THAT? RAP-IT-UP SEX QUIZ" slated to premiere on Monday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m. with an encore presentation on Friday, November 9 at 10:00 p.m. The one-hour news special is part of a longstanding effort to raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS in the Black community and to tackle a host of HIV/AIDS-related issues faced by BET's audience, including stigma and homophobia, HIV testing, substance abuse, and the impact of HIV/AIDS on personal relationships and family life.

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BET News visits the cities of New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Miami to get up-close and personal with young adults and to test them on how much they really know about safe sexual health, behavior and practices. BET News personality Jina Johnson hosts the informative discussion, and fellow BET personalities Lamorne Morris, Sharon Carpenter, and Samson Styles, along with BET News producer Antonio Neves hit the streets to quiz young adults and to talk about their own personal experiences. Today's hottest stars like Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Common, Romeo and Lyfe Jennings make special guest appearances to ask various questions; and sexual health expert, Dr. Rani Whitfield (also known as the "Hip-Hop Doc") is on hand to provide pertinent health information and facts to assist young adults who may be dealing with these issues.

The WHAT U KNOW BOUT THAT? RAP-IT-UP SEX QUIZ program special will also include an extensive online
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