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5-time Olympic medalist and LGBTQ+ activist Greg Louganis among those honored
UCSF bestowed former House Speaker Pelosi with the first-ever Bay Area Global Health Alliance Leadership Award for her work fighting HIV.
Speaker Emerita Pelosi rolled up her sleeves alongside hundreds of friends and family members caring for the National AIDS Memorial Grove.
Cleve Jones, Activist and Founder of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, Honored with Lifetime of Commitment Award on World AIDS Day.
Marked the annual day with observances at the 10-acre Memorial Grove and displaying Quilt in nearly 100 communities throughout the U.S.
Light in the Grove and World AIDS Day Observance are back in the Grove!
Here are some World AIDS Day milestones.
Timothy Ray Brown, the first person cured of HIV, died last year. An engraved boulder in the National AIDS Memorial Grove honors him.
A ceremony at the National AIDS Memorial also includes a short film honoring HIV long-term survivors.
They’re pictured in one awe-inspiring digital image. Meanwhile, select panels are displayed in San Francisco as part of AIDS 2020.
The 2020/40 platform hosts multimedia stories of those lost to HIV—Mary Bowman, Vito Russo and Sylvester—and those still in the fight.
Volunteers sew the masks for frontline workers serving homeless and underserved communities.
In other AIDS Memorial news: Applications are being accepted for the Mary Bowman arts award and the Pedro Zamora youth scholarship.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt returns to the San Francisco Bay Area and needs your help moving panels February 14 to 23!
The National AIDS Memorial in the San Francisco Bay Area will be the quilt’s caretaker.
The National AIDS Memorial is much more than a grove.
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