GLAAD and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation on Wednesday released a new PSA on HIV titled HIV & AIDS: Why Aren't We Talking?

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, Neil Patrick Harris tells viewers he 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 20 years ago,” Daniel Franzese says.

“Today, an estimated 1 in 5 gay men in major U.S. cities is living with HIV,” Nathan Lane says.

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

The ad ends with Harris stating that eliminating HIV is within our grasp.

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

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