Colorful signs along the AIDS memorial path in Seattle.

The AIDS epidemic has had a lasting impact on Seattle, not just due to the lives lost but through the legacy of resistance, care, and community organizing in response to the crisis. The new AIDS Memorial Pathway (The AMP) on Capitol Hill uses art and storytelling to create a place for remembrance and reflection about the many aspects of the AIDS epidemic.

Join Jason Plourde and Rosette Royale as they walk The AMP sharing stories about how the epidemic shaped our community and reflecting on our region’s response to it. Learn more about the importance of memorializing our past and what it takes to create a public memorial in this special walking tour addition of History Café.

ASL Interpretation is available during the program through generous support of the Institute for Museum and Library Services. For additional accessibility support, please contact [email protected].

History Café is produced as a partnership between MOHAI and HistoryLink. Join MOHAI and HistoryLink on the third Wednesday of the month for a discussion about local history—both popular and obscure—and discover something new.

Spots are limited to 25 participants, so register early!
Detailed information on how to participate will be provided via email following your registration.

Location: Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Cost: Free with Registration