Edward R. Murrow H.S. observes World AIDS Day

Edward R. Murrow High School students marked World AIDS Day today by displaying quilts memorializing AIDS victims from around the world.

Borough President Marty Markowitz spoke with students about

Borough President Marty Markowitz spoke with students about the importance of HIV and AIDS prevention. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

BROOKLYN - Edward R. Murrow High School students marked World AIDS Day today by displaying quilts memorializing AIDS victims from around the world.
 
For 19 years, the high school has displayed the quilts in the gym. The quilts are handmade, with each section designed to honor someone who died of AIDS. Borough President Marty Markowitz also spoke with students about the importance of HIV and AIDS prevention.
 
The school will keep the quilts on display until Thursday.

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