7. Out of The Darkness on World AIDS Day

A World AIDS Day candlelight vigil will be held on December 1st at 6 pm. The vigil, Out of the Darkness, will begin at Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan, 164 West 100th Street (at Amsterdam Avenue), and continue to the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist, located at 263 West 86th Street (at West End Avenue). The vigil will include the reading of names and reflection of those lost to AIDS at approximately 6:30 pm. Co-supporters for the vigil include ACT UP New York, American Run for the End of AIDS, GMC, Keith Haring Foundation, SAGE, and many more. Portions of the International AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display.

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  1. Great!
    celebrating World AIDS Day is the best initiative for encouraging HIV positive victim to live stress free and healthy life as much as possible. Such event are very essential for spreading awareness in society about the HIV/AIDS facts, risk, Myths ,treatments & Prevention for HIV/AIDS free society. So, celebrate this world aids day by taking the inspiration from above discuss event and initiate to words the HIV/AIDS free society because this small change can make the big difference…!!
    Thanks for your valuable share.

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