AIDS Memorial

AIDS Memorial

Local
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, as part of the Seattle Capitol Hill Station Development, a transit-oriented, mixed-income and mixed-use development project, will break ground June 19, 2018. ...
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Travel
The March, commonly known as the Pride Parade, will celebrate the 49th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising with a newly extended route. It’ll be lengthened from its normal end at Stonewall on Christopher up to a few blocks north of the AIDS Memorial at 13th and 7th. ...
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Photo: AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway
Local
A passionate group of volunteers and community leaders, including people living with HIV, people of color, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community, have begun work on The AMP in partnership with the City of Seattle. ...
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Local
Seattle City Council has dedicated $75,000 to initiate a planning process to create a Seattle AIDS Legacy Memorial with funds directly matched by a community organization. ...
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Top News Health National
The Department is working quickly to implement changes reflective of the June Supreme Court ruling that invalidated Section 3 of DOMA. ...
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Christopher Tepper and Paul Kelterborn, two young men who have never known a world without AIDS, launched a grassroots campaign to create the memorial in 2011. ...
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Health
New study shows: Young men who have sex with men experience higher levels of homophobia, unstable housing, violence, and other factors that hinder HIV services. ...
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Top News Health National
Ramirez became homeless in 2009 and was arrested and charged with solicitation after agreeing to perform oral sex on an undercover police officer for money. ...
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The memorial will feature a central granite fountain, granite benches and a granite paving surface carved with educational and commemorative text. ...
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