Eric Leven

NYC World AIDS Day Event

Filed By Eric Leven | November 30, 2008 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics
Tags: ACT UP, HIV/AIDS, NYC AIDS, World AIDS Day

Thumbnail image for NYC World AIDS Day.jpgNYC World AIDS Day Event
Monday December 1st. 2008

CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL begins at 6PM
Gay Men's Health Crisis - Tisch Building Lobby
119 West 24th St. (btwn 6th/7th Ave.)
NYC

CANDLE LIGHT PROCESSION to Judson Memorial Church:
55 Washington Square South (at Thompson St.)

Time of Reflection to those we have lost to AIDS:
Begins at 6:30PM (for those not at Candlelight Vigil)

World AIDS Day Program:
Begins at 7PM

Official Facebook Group Here

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Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | November 30, 2008 1:27 PM

Thanks for sharing this great info Eric!

In DC, the DC Center is organizing a community forum focused on young gay men and HIV for Dec 4. Folks can find more info here: http://thedccenter.blogspot.com/2008/10/listen.html

Rev Walter Sherman of Indianapolis writes me to say:

"St. Alban's will have hanging this week (beginning Sunday, November 30 through the following Sunday, December 7) a panel of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, in observance of Worlds AIDS Day, December 1. The church will be open on Sunday afternoons until 5, mornings from 7AM - 1 PM, and by appointment (by calling the church office, 317-546-8037) at other times.

St. Alban's Episcopal Church is located on the northeast corner of East 46th and North Emerson Avenue in Indianapolis."