You can honor the 19th Annual Stronger Together World AIDS Day in Seattle at a special event at the Seattle AIDS Memorial Pathway located at the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station and Cal Anderson Park near Broadway & Denny Way (which is called Barbara Bailey Way for that stretch of Denny Way.) Hosted by the The AMP and Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center, the free, public event will include speakers and entertainment.
More via the invite:
Join us at The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway on Thursday, December 1 from 4-5pm for the 19th Annual World AIDS Day Event.
Expect speakers, performers, refreshments, and community as we gather in remembrance of those lost to AIDS, celebrate how far we’ve come, and look to a future that’s stronger than HIV.
Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center is excited to host royal alley-barnes from the city’s Office of Arts & Culture, the effervescent Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and Reverend Harriet G Walden, with Emcee Rosette Royal.
Together we invite you to be part of our community gathering as we reflect and remember those we have lost and those affected by HIV/AIDS. While there is still no cure, we call on everyone to continue the fight against HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination.
The event will culminate in a candlelight (tealight) vigil through the AIDS Memorial Pathway artworks. Beverages and hand warmers will be available in the Cathy Hillenbrand Community Room.
If you cannot make it in person, follow our Facebook page for the Livestream of the event. https://www.facebook.com/theAMPMemorial/live_videos/