The AIDS Memorial Quilt, which was begun in 1987, is on display at the Rasdall Gallery at the UK Student Center. Above is a  detail from one of its panels. Each section of the quilt has been sewn by family and friends of someone who has died of AIDS.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt, which was begun in 1987, is on display at the Rasdall Gallery at the UK Student Center. Above is a detail from one of its panels. Each section of the quilt has been sewn by family and friends of someone who has died of AIDS.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt, which was begun in 1987, is on display at the Rasdall Gallery at the UK Student Center. Above is a detail from one of its panels. Each section of the quilt has been sewn by family and friends of someone who has died of AIDS.

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