Long before little Nkosi Johnson captured the attention of the world, he'd already made an indelible mark on the people who loved him.
Nkosi, an HIV orphan, lost his mother to AIDS. Left on his own, he battled the disease at a time when South Africa was unwilling to talk about the growing epidemic.
At just 11 years old, he bravely spoke in front of the world at an International AIDS Conference in 2000. Nelson Mandela famously called him an "icon for the struggle of life."
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