Health Justice for World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day honors four decades of advocacy for health justice. Today and every day we honor those we’ve lost, those living with HIV, and those who champion our cause.
Here are six great opportunities to get involved in Health Justice for World AIDS Day 2020.
Health Justice for All
We teamed up with visual artist and activist Daniel Arzola to offer these inspiring designs expressing health justice and humanity. To Arzola, “World AIDS Day is a perfect opportunity to share information, to educate, to know what is the vision and the reality that we are living in this moment of humanity with respect to HIV.” Pop over to the SFAF Shop to get yours!
AIDS Quilt Virtual Exhibition
The National AIDS Memorial will officially unveil its first-ever 50-state exhibition of the AIDS Memorial Quilt on World AIDS Day. As the nation continues to struggle through these difficult times, this virtual exhibition is designed to use the power and beauty of the Quilt to help people heal, provide hope and remembrance.
A National Conversation
10:00 am – 12:00 pm PT, December 1
Join the National AIDS Memorial for an inspiring forum with leaders from the AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics for an important conversation about health justice, social activism, remembrance, hope and resilience.
ACTivate Virtual Fundraising Lunch
12:00 pm PT, December 1
Join SFAF CEO Joe Hollendoner, co-founder Cleve Jones, and Absolute Empress LII of San Francisco Mercedez Munro for a free, 40-minute virtual event to commemorate World AIDS Day.
TogetheRide World AIDS Day Event
6:00 pm PT, December 1
Join the TogetheRide community as we come together to remember those we have lost, connect to our mission, and enjoy special performances. Bring a candle to light to end the evening with a live candlelight vigil hosted by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
World AIDS Day 2020 is also #GivingTuesday
On this global day of giving, please support the resilience of our movement and the endurance of SFAF and unite in the fight for health justice by making your most generous gift.