Bono, the lead singer for legendary rock band U2 and co-founder of the ONE Campaign, shares his insight as a husband of 30 years and a father of four children, and how his faith in Jesus Christ motivates him to use his celebrity status to fight for social justice around the world.
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Born in Ballymun, Dublin, Bono is the iconic frontman of the Grammy award-winning band U2. He is also a well-known activist in the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty in Africa, having co-founded the awareness organizations ONE and (RED) in 2004 and 2006, respectively. Bono and his wife, Ali, married in 1982; they have four children.