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As many as 3,000 panels are displayed every year, the ongoing support of which aims to ensure the ongoing preservation of what the U.S. Congress in 2005 declared a National Cultural Treasure. The NAMES AIDS Memorial Quilt is today housed at the NPF headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.When was the AIDS Quilt first displayed?
HIV/AIDS Quilt Display. The first memorial quilt went on display at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 11, 1987, as part of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. In 1989, the quilt was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.What is the AIDS Quilt Project?
The AIDS Quilt Project is more than simply using art as a creative outlet; every quilt shows a personal story of a South African living with or affected by HIV, AIDS and tuberculosis. The quilt speaks in a way that words cannot fully express - representing many South Africans, regardless of their gender, race, age or sexual orientation.What is AIDS quilt?
The AIDS Quilt. The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, often abbreviated to AIDS Memorial Quilt, is an enormous quilt made as a memorial to celebrate the lives of people who have died of AIDS-related causes.