Stories and Song: An evening of memoir and music
December 01, 2017
To mark World AIDS Day and the 30th anniversary of the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt, join us for an evening of music and stories about the Bay Area response to the AIDS crisis.
See what’s happening on World AIDS Day at the cathedral.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend and help support this event and the AIDS Quilt installation by including a donation with your RSVP.
About the participants
Hazel Betsey, client and founder of Hazel Betsey Community, a 9-unit residential building specializing in intensive, coordinated case management services to women and children impacted by chronic illness and homelessness.
Gregg Cassin, founder and facilitator of Honoring Our Experience, retreats for all people impacted by HIV
Vince Crisostomo, Program Director, The Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network, which serves the “AIDS Generation,” those who never expected to live into old age
Michael Smith, co-founder of The NAMES Project Foundation
Jeanie Tracy, Diva of Dance, singer with Sylvester and the Two Tons O’ Fun
Voices of the Quilt, a new musical that celebrates community and the power to make change
Free and open to all. Suggested donation $25