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SF: Yale AIDS Memorial Project YAMP Reception with Michael Linares (BR '09, SOM *16)
written by Natasha, 10/6/13 10:58pm
edited by Natasha, 7/20/15 3:07pm

7-8:30 PM at Pause Wine Bar (1666 Market St), SF. Reception with Michael Linares, YAMP Founder. $15 - includes wine & food To RSVP:

Join Yale GALA and the Yale AIDS Memorial Project (YAMP) for a Reception with Michael Linares (Yale BR '09, SOM *16, Founder of YAMP) 


Thursday, July 23, 2015 

7-8:30 PM
At Pause Wine Bar, 1666 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 
Cost: $15 
Includes wine, soft drinks and light appetizers

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Join Director Michael Linares (Yale BR '09, Yale SOM MBA '16) to learn more about the Yale AIDS Memorial Project (YAMP). Learn about YAMP's mission, goals and how to get involved. Wine, Soft Drinks and light appetizers will be served.

The Yale AIDS Memorial Project (YAMP) is a young alumni-led initiative to honor and document the lives of hundreds of men and women from the university who perished during the AIDS epidemic.  Since its inception in 2011, YAMP has worked to tell the story of AIDS through the lens of a single institution, honoring the lives of those lost to the disease while making effects of the epidemic palpable for a younger generation and helping stimulate an AIDS memory boom.

YAMP’s efforts are the first of its kind to memorialize, archive, and educate its visitors about the impact of AIDS in comprehensive detail and stories, and it will serve as a model other institutions can emulate in creating their own memorials.

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Co-hosted by Yale GALA and the Yale Club of San Francisco (YCSF)

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