Aids Walk New York Sunday May 17, 1998
"Don't confuse hope with victory. Keep walking! We're not there yet. A ten kilometer fundraising walkathon start/end at sheep meadow in central park benefiting Gay Men's Health Crisis GMHC. Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), the nation's oldest and largest AIDS organization, provides direct to thousands of men, women, and children with AIDS, and reaches thousands more through its education and advocacy programs. Created and produced by Miller, Zeichik and Associates Inc./Craig R. Miller, producer. In cooperation with the City of New York Parks and Recreation Dept."
Cartoon style illustration of the New York City skyline.
AIDS Education Collection
Cities and townsFund raisingWalk-a-thons
Gay Men's Health Crisis
New York, New York, USA
56.0cm x 53.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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