GLAAD and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation on Tuesday released a new PSA on HIV titled Let's Finish What We Started.

The 30-second spot features footage from Elizabeth Taylor's historic speech at the 1992 Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert. Mercury, best known as the lead vocalist and songwriter of the rock band Queen, died of complications related to AIDS.

In the ad, Whoopi Goldberg tells viewers she wants to show them something.

“Each day around the world 5,000 people are infected with HIV,” Taylor is seen telling a packed stadium.

“That was over two decades ago,” Bebe Neuwirth says.

“We've come a long way in the science and treatment of HIV,” Meredith Vieira starts, “but the disease hasn't gone away,” Michael Emerson finishes.

“So, why aren't we talking about it?” Tituss Burgess asks.

“Today, we have the tools to make HIV history,” Jonathan Groff says.

“Let's finish what we started,” Neuwirth says.

“Because the world needs you to live,” Taylor adds.