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World AIDS Day ceremony 

AIDS and human rights activist and actress, Judith Light and Paul Boneberg, Executive Director, GLBT Historical Society were among those in attendance who shared their own personal stories and were recognized for their longstanding leadership during the World AIDS Day ceremony on Monday. Observances were held at the National AIDS Memorial Grove where a collection of personal tributes, photographs, artwork, keepsakes and personal notes that have been left at the Grove by families, loved ones and friends during the past 25 years were on display. Folks gathered at the Grove to remember the lives lost, honor leaders who have confronted this tragic pandemic, and help support the next generation of young people who will be on the forefront in helping find a cure.
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