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Monday, November 28, 2005


AIDS Quilt Settlement Unravels

Ousted founder, organization head to court again over 2003 termination
By ANDREW KEEGAN | Nov 21, 6:15 PM

An agreement to return a portion of the world’s largest traveling AIDS memorial to its West Coast birthplace has unraveled due to "unreasonable" demands by the founder of the display, according to an attorney involved in the case.

Cleve Jones, who co-founded the AIDS Memorial Quilt in San Francisco two decades ago, and the Atlanta-based Names Project Foundation, which maintains the quilt, have sparred publicly since 2003.

Read the full article about the AIDS Quilt settlement in the Washington Blade.

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