“Younger members of our communities are vulnerable when not provided enough knowledge to avoid getting this easily preventable viral infection and not to become a continuous cycle of new generations with HIV in decades to come.”
The Memorial AIDS Quilt is on display in Asheville all week, leading up to World AIDS Day on Saturday, Dec. 1. Photo by Leigh Mitchell.
Visit the AIDS Memorial Quilt at Pack Place and attend a candlelight vigil to commemorate this world-wide observance.
Remember AIDS? Though supplanted in the public eye by the latest disease du jour, there was a time in the ‘80s and ‘90s when you couldn’t turn around without seeing or hearing something about AIDS—which first targeted gay men yet quickly went global. Besides sparking the fear and loathing of whole classes of people, the […]