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Patrick O’Connell, the first director of Visual AIDS, died of AIDS-related illness in March 2021.
Patrick O’Connell was instrumental in numerous Visual AIDS projects, notably the creation of the red ribbon and Day Without Art.
O’Connell’s massive impact on the world may never fully be known. But it sure as hell deserves our deepest appreciation.
Artists living with HIV performed in “The Red Ribbon Revue” on World AIDS Day.
The AIDS Memorial on Instagram revisits some of the amazing tributes submitted to the account.
Guess which iconic actress used to own this particular ribbon—plus the one worn by Casey Affleck!
The Red Ribbon is joining the ranks of the @ symbol and the Google Maps pin in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent design collection.
Today being World AIDS Day, we thought it was the perfect time to talk to you about who we are, what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.
As you look back on the comedian’s outrageous remarks, don’t forget about her courageous work for HIV/AIDS causes.
The first domain name with a charitable purpose.
A drag pageant raises funds to fight HIV/AIDS in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Students with HIV from at least seven Tanzanian schools have been forced to wear red ribbons sewn to their school uniforms.
By the end of the 90s the red ribbons had gone the way of the parachute pants, deemed unworthy to enter the new millennium.
As World AIDS Day approaches we have to recognize the effects of stigma and what we can do to make a dent in the ignorance of it.
Designer Kenneth Cole has partnered with MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation and amfAR to reinterpret the iconic red ribbon
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