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We are proud to announce that Randi Zwickler has been elected a trustee of the Foundation. We are certain that she will follow in the footsteps of her grandfather Seymour and her Uncle Phil.

  A dedication ceremony will be held in the summer of 2016 to name the ASCNYC Poetry Workshop conference room in honor of Seymour and Phil Zwickler, and Michael Levine.   Two of our Cornell scholars, Amy L. Stone and Jaime Cantrell, recently published their book, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories.
  Our 2015 Annual Report is now available. Please click here to read it.
 
  In 2016, the ASCNYC poetry group continues to grow and thrive. We are delighted to announce that some of the long time participants are now running the program. Click here to read about some of the highlights of the poetry group in the 2015 report.
 
  Camp AmeriKids has a new executive director, Erica Quiroz, and has renamed the organization The Elm Project. Their mission continues to enhance the lives of HIV-affected youth, and more recently has expanded to include those suffering from sickle cell disease.
 
  We once again supported Tracy Daugherty who rode in the Action Cycling Atlanta's AIDS Vaccine Ride. Click here to visit our AIDS Rides & Walks Page and to access Tracy's blog.
 
  At a recent exhibit called "positive/negative: HIV/AIDS," the Fales Library showed the complete digitized tapes of Lou Maletta. Click here to view the brochure.
 
  Our grant to VillageCare for their Community Gatherings Program, as well as the opening of their new VillageCare Empowerment Center, has gotten off to a fast start. Click here to read their latest updates.
 
  View our interviews of AIDS activists who commemorate the last two decades of the AIDS epidemic. Interviews by Andy Humm.
 
  On June 1, 2016, Phil would have turned 62 years old. He loved tulips.
 
 
 
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