We are Proud: New York City Aids Memorial

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The memorial pays tribute to more than 100,000 lives lost to HIV and AIDS. (WABC)

Learn more about the New York City AIDS Memorial, from Gay Men's Health Crisis. The memorial is one of the landmarks the Pride March will pass on June 25th.

New York City AIDS Memorial
Take the 1 2 3 F or M trains to 14th Street or the L train to Sixth Avenue.
Bus: Nearest buses include the M7, 14A, 14D, and M20.

WABC-TV is the NYC Pride March's official television partner, broadcasting the 48th NYC LGBT Pride March on Sunday, June 25, 2017 starting at Noon.

The NYC Pride March started in 1970 as a civil rights demonstration on the 1-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Today, it is one of the world's best known LGBT events, with 350 marching contingents and more than 2 million spectators in 2016.
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