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Digital quilt memorializes those lost to HIV and AIDS

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Pozitive Pathways Community Services commemorates World AIDS Day and Indigenous AIDS Awareness Week on December 1 with a virtual memorial quilt.

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Memorial quilts allow family and friends to remember someone who has died of AIDS or an AIDS-related illness.With space for names and short messages, each memorial adds as a patch to the virtual quilt.

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Positive Pathways says quilts are “a way for participants to grieve those who are no longer with us, celebrate their lives and bravery, and take pride in their response to AIDS.” said.

Check out our memorial quilt https://www.pozitivepathways.com/world-aids-day-memorial/.

Pozitive Pathways Community Services is working with Windsor, Essex, and Chatham-Kent Counties to help people who are infected with, affected by, or at risk of HIV and/or Hepatitis C Virus (HCV). A registered charity that provides support, education and outreach services to people.

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