Elizabeth Trefney says seeing her uncle's name on an AIDS Quilt panel brought her to tears. "But I knew my uncle wouldn’t want me to be sad,” she says. “When you look at the quilt you see stories of life and love."
Elizabeth Trefney says seeing her uncle's name on an AIDS Quilt panel brought her to tears. "But I knew my uncle wouldn’t want me to be sad,” she says. “When you look at the quilt you see stories of life and love." Gabi Palacio UNC Media Hub
Elizabeth Trefney says seeing her uncle's name on an AIDS Quilt panel brought her to tears. "But I knew my uncle wouldn’t want me to be sad,” she says. “When you look at the quilt you see stories of life and love." Gabi Palacio UNC Media Hub

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April 13, 2018 02:21 PM