AIDS/LifeCycle 2022: Day 1 Camp Stage feat. Cleve Jones

Historic outdoor display marks the 35th anniversary of AIDS Memorial Quilt

NPR INTERVIEW: LGBTQ Activist Cleve Jones: 'I'm Well Aware How Fragile Life Is'

Activist Cleve Jones talks about his four decades in the center of movements for AIDS, LGBTQ, and labor rights. His memoir is, When We Rise.

BBC World News Witness History - The AIDS Memorial Quilt

SF CHRONICLE: Harvey Milk’s bullhorn returns to the Castro to honor an overlooked champion of labor, gay rights


Cleve Jones Is Here to Recruit You — to Help Stop the GOP

ADVOCATE - The legendary activist says it's all hands on deck for November.

Once a Crucial Refuge, ‘Gayborhoods’ Lose L.G.B.T.Q. Residents in Major Cities

The New York Times - Many are choosing to live elsewhere in search of cheaper housing and better amenities. They are finding growing acceptance in other communities after decades of political and social changes.

The AIDS Memorial Quilt remains a shattering work of grief and activism 35 years on

SF Chronicle Datebook - The quilt was conceived in 1985 by activist Cleve Jones as a way of honoring those lost to AIDS — and to bring attention to the disease the Reagan administration had mostly chosen to ignore. The panels, made by loved ones of the deceased, include their name, dates of birth and death, and images that tell their stories. It has become not just an important cultural document, but arguably one of the most significant contributions San Francisco has made to art in the past century.