In a few weeks, the city will commemorate the 30th anniversary of the first reported AIDS cases. To mark this historic milestone, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and other community and city leaders are joining together to install the first-ever giant red ribbon memorial on the side of Twin Peaks.
In transforming this city landmark, the red ribbon will be visible from every vantage point of the city and even across to East Bay. The ribbon will be constructed of large red tarps staked into the ground in a ribbon design covering an entire acre of land and require approximately 100 people to install.
We can’t do this without your help – we need volunteers! I invite you to join us to paint Twin Peaks red (so to speak) installing this red ribbon memorial.
The more, the merrier. One disclaimer – everyone must be over the age of 18 to participate.
The installation happens on Harvey Milk Day, Sunday, May 22nd from 8 – 11am.
A dedication ceremony will happen at 11am.
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Exciting! My cousin will be coordinating this project!