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ACT UP Marches On 30 Years Later


Members of the community honored 30 years of ACT UP with a march and rally.

This Thursday, supporters of ACT UP New York met at the New York AIDS Memorial to honor 30 years since the organization's founding. Members of the community shared memories of the early days of the AIDS crisis and their loved ones who were lost to the disease. After, they marched to Union Square to rally with the numerous organizations that were born from the cause.

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