San Francisco AIDS Foundation
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Committed to ending the pandemic and human suffering caused by HIV, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation develops innovative solutions, combining scientific evidence with community experience to fight HIV/AIDS and promote health. Established in 1982, the Foundation provides direct services to thousands of people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and supplies information to thousands more about HIV prevention and treatment through programs that include the California AIDS Hotline (800-367-AIDS). The Foundation promotes HIV awareness in the community and advocates for sound HIV/AIDS policies at all levels of government.
- "Echoes Of Yourself in The Mirror" is a trailer for documentary that features Cleve Jones, creator of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, speaking at San Francisco State University during World AIDS Day. San Francisco State's AIDS Task Force 1980's set the earliest policy for how people affected by the disease should have their rights should be protected. Their ground breaking efforts to create policy set the stage for San Francisco's official policy related to the way the City operated, as well as that for the whole California State University system 1984 - 85. Members of that original Task Force speak in this film
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