2 thoughts on “Always Remember

  1. I drove 400 miles to see a portion of The Names Project, the sections of quilt panels made by the loved ones of persons who died from AIDS-related illnesses, at the MSU field house in Bozeman, MT, in the early 90’s. If viewing this doesn’t move one to tears, I don’t know what will. I read the book at the local library, which is a beautiful display of some of the panels, stories, and the history of the Names Project. The documentary, “Common Threads” won an Academy Award, and is equally as moving

  2. I acquired this book on a field trip with my big brother. When I was 18, he took me down to Washington D.C. to see the AIDS Quilt displayed. It was the last time it was going to be viewed in full because of how large it had grown. I could never put into words what it was like looking at all the panels, seeing inside all of these peoples lives. It was heart-wrenching and life altering. I bought this book as a small reminder of that trip. It doesn’t come anywhere near to the experience of seeing i

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