AIDS Quilt comes to La Verne

Facing the enormity of AIDS, juniors Gina Gonzales and Julia Meiss read eight of the 31,289 panels, which make up the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. A section of the Quilt is on display in the Wilson Library as part of Love Carefully Week. The entire Quilt represents just 11 percent of AIDS-related deaths in the United States. / photo by Rosie Sinapi
Facing the enormity of AIDS, juniors Gina Gonzales and Julia Meiss read eight of the 31,289 panels, which make up the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. A section of the Quilt is on display in the Wilson Library as part of Love Carefully Week. The entire Quilt represents just 11 percent of AIDS-related deaths in the United States. / photo by Rosie Sinapi

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