AIDS@40: Remembering & Renewal

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June is the 40th anniversary of the first Centers for Disease Control & Prevent (CDC) report on what would come to be known as AIDS and the start of the HIV pandemic. Over four decades, the global struggle to contain HIV has seen the best and worst of human nature, and it seems as if its many lessons are being slowly forgotten.

Join us on June 2, as we remember those we’ve lost to HIV and honor those who work tirelessly in response to the epidemic. And we will celebrate the strength and resilience of people who have been living with HIV for decades, and from their example renew ourselves and our vision to end HIV for everyone everywhere.

Fred Hutch President and Director Dr. Tom Lynch will moderate a conversation with Drs. Larry Corey, George W. Counts and Stephaun Wallace, and three local HIV long-term survivors who’ve had lasting impact on the way HIV is addressed in their community: Bill Hall, Pat Migliore and Tony Radovich.

They will be joined by Jason Plourde and Rosette Royale of The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, who are using public artwork and technology to create a place for remembrance and reflection in Seattle about the AIDS epidemic.

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Wednesday, June 02, 2021
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Last Modified, September 21, 2021