Site Magazine Features the National AIDS Quilt We feel really privileged to be featured in The Site Magazine’s Healed Outcomes, this is an award-winning magazine for architecture and urbanism from Canada
AIDS Memorial Quilt comes home The American AIDS Memorial Quilt has been a project since the 1980s. It represents more than 105,000 victims of the disease, its history, stigma and consequences. The Quilt’s importance will be further underlined
The 'Aids quilt' that showed the scale of suffering With the US AIDS Memorial Quilt now on display in San Francisco, BBC News interviewed Cleve Jones, an AIDS activist who started the AIDS Quilt movement in the US.
The Canadian AIDS Society launches fundraising campaign for the Canadian Memorial Quilt Project Help the Canadian AIDS Society keep the memory of those we've lost in the AIDS epidemic alive through support of our Canadian AIDS Memorial Quilt
New Digital Presence for Memorial Quilt Reflects Pain and Progress of AIDS Movement in Canada Digital quilt launched as Canadian AIDS Society fights to stay open FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA, April 16, 2018 – Today, The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) launched quilt.ca, a website reflecting our nation’s
AIDS group mulls how to preserve a Canadian quilt A memorial quilt to honour the thousands of people in Canada who have died from complications due to HIV/AIDS has been preserved in a digital form, even as the actual quilt faces an uncertain
How one man’s idea for the AIDS quilt made the country pay attention Twenty-nine years ago, the AIDS Memorial Quilt was unfolded on the Mall for the first time, with 1,920 panels. Today, it has grown to more than 49,000. The project was