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The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle

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16th May

We deeply appreciate the decision by Mayor de Blasio and Parks Commissioner Silver to officially name the park “The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle.” The Mayor has long been a champion of people living with HIV/AIDS and the name he has conferred on this new City park and future home to the New York City AIDS Memorial is a visible reminder that underscores the critical impact of the AIDS epidemic in New York City’s history and supports expanded efforts to combat its continued persistence today. We also profoundly thank City Councilmember Corey Johnson, Borough President Gale Brewer, and State Senator Brad Hoylman for their critical support in the naming of the park.

In his statement Commissioner Silver said, “The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle stands at the crossroads of the richly historical West Village. … Read More »


The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle

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14th May

We deeply appreciate the decision by Mayor de Blasio and Parks Commissioner Silver to officially name the park “The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle.”


Help us in naming the new park “NEW YORK CITY AIDS MEMORIAL PARK”

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3rd March

New York City is going to officially name the park once memorial construction is completed and the site is turned over. We want to have a say in its naming.



Governor Cuomo Marks World AIDS Day as New York State Continues Progress Toward Ending the Epidemic

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8th January

Governor Commits $500,000 to Help Fund the New York City AIDS Memorial.
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Jenny Holzer draws on Walt Whitman for AIDS memorial

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8th January

The US artist Jenny Holzer, who is known for her LED light pieces and truisms carved into stone, is contributing to a new app linked to a memorial in New York commemorating the men, women and children who have died from HIV/AIDS.



Final Design for NYC AIDS Memorial Unveiled

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12th April

It all began with a question: Why didn’t New York City have a proper memorial to mark the many who had experienced HIV and AIDS in the city over the decades.
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Final Design Unveiled for NYC Aids Memorial

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10th April

Designed by Studio a+i, a Brooklyn-based architecture firm, the memorial will feature an 18-foot steel canopy that will serve as a gateway to the new St. Vincent’s Hospital Park at the intersection of West 12th Street and Greenwich Avenue in the West Village.
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Buoyantly, Urgently, AIDS Memorial Advocates Press for Funds

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10th April

In an atmosphere of both celebration and anxiety, a capital campaign for the New York City AIDS Memorial was formally launched at a March 27 press conference, with a new rendering of the triangular park — reflecting the design’s latest tweaks — unveiled as the project’s board of directors made an appeal for funds. Read the full article



AIDS Memorial Loses Plants and Gains Supporters

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5th April

The New York City AIDS Memorial planned for Greenwich Village has emerged sleeker, lighter, more sculptural and a lot less verdant after months of scrutiny by city agencies. Read the full article.



Permanent AIDS Memorial in Greenwich Village Takes a Step Closer to Reality

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20th July

Some might see an echo of the pink triangle and think of Act Up, the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. Some might see an echo of the letter lambda, the symbol of gay liberation when AIDS began decimating the gay population. Some might see a V for virus, or for St. Vincent’s, the hospital across the street where so many of the first victims went to die. Read the full article.






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