Toronto, ON
Cawthra Square Toronto AIDS Memorial since 1 December 1992
2700 names
The AIDS Memorial is for the naming of names. The devastations of the epidemic can get lost in statistics. The Memorial, while only listing a small proportion of the people who have died, stands as a symbol of the fight against AIDS, particularly within the communities hardest hit. The AIDS Memorial is a place for grief, healing and remembering. It counters the silencing and denial, the isolation and rejection, that so often marks the experience of People Living With HIV and AIDS. Photo © Bradford McIntyre PositivelyPositive

15 August 2006
Bradford McIntyre, Vancouver