National AIDS Memorial hosted observances at the 10-acre Memorial Grove and displaying Quilt in nearly 100 communities throughout the U.S.
The conference was attended by LGBTQ activists from the South, featured 100 quilt panels. Attendees participated in quilt-making workshops
"When white people get a cold, black people get pneumonia.’ …if white people are getting the plague, what in the hell are we going to get?”
The last time it was displayed with this many panels in San Francisco was1988 and rarely does it get displayed outdoors