Photo Gallery -
AIDS 2006: XVI International AIDS Conference
August 13 - 18, 2006
Photographs by Bradford McIntyre while in Toronto attending AIDS 2006.
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The NAMES Project Canada - The Canadian AIDS Memorial Quilt
The Canadian AIDS Memorial Quilt is made up of more than 600 three-foot by six-foot panels,
each panel created in memory of someone who has died of AIDS. Eight panels are sewn together
to form a single 12
foot square called a Section. More than 75 of these Sections form the Canadian Quilt.
- panels on public display
in the at the main building
on 250 Front Street West,
across the street from the .
The AIDS Memorial
- Cawthra Square Park, Church Street, Toronto, Ontario
is for the naming of names. The devastations of the epidemic can get lost in statistics.
The Memorial, while only listing a small proportion of the people who have died, stands as a symbol
of the fight against AIDS, particularly within the communities hardest hit.
The AIDS Memorial is a place for grief, healing and remembering.
It counters the silencing and denial, the isolation and rejection,
that so often marks the experience
People Living With HIV and AIDS.