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Topic - Sheryl Lee Ralph
Big-voiced R&B diva Vesta Williams, perhaps best-known for her 1980s hits "Don't Blow A Good Thing" and "Congratulations," has been found dead of a possible drug overdose in a Southern California hotel room, coroner's investigators said Friday. She was 53.
Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph leveled a scathing attack on the faith-based community Saturday for what she described as its silence on the HIV/AIDS epidemic. She also criticized the federal government.
"Silent for too long," Miss Ralph said to the mostly religious audience, "and your silence will not save you."
"Those were some good times," Miss Ralph said, "but in the midst of one of the best times of my life came the worst.