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Denis O’Hare: The Importance of the AIDS Memorial Park

Posted on the 17 February 2012 by Thevault @The_Vault

Denis O’Hare: The Importance of the AIDS Memorial ParkTrue Blood’s King Russell Edgington, Denis O’Hare speaks in the video below about why, his home town of New York City needs an AIDS Memorial Park.

Denis shares his own personal sadness at the passing of a loved one from AIDS and how it’s still a disease that kills. He thinks the park will help to spread the word about those that have been and still are victims of this disease.

Founded in 2011 by urban planners Christopher Tepper and Paul Kelterborn, AIDS Memorial Park is a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to the recognition and preservation of the ongoing history of the AIDS crisis. The organization’s goal is to produce a design for a memorial park to honor New York City’s 100,000+ men, women and children who have died from AIDS, to commemorate and celebrate the efforts of the caregivers and activists who responded to fight the disease, and to recognize the ongoing crisis.




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