Jeremy Irons Supports the Village AIDS Memorial

Jeremy Irons has recorded a video, in support of the Village AIDS Memorial in New York City.

Jeremy reads the name Oren M. Griffin (1957-1996)

Jeremy made history when he was the first to publicly wear the red AIDS ribbon, as the host of the 1991 Tony Awards.

The Village AIDS Memorial is the first AIDS Memorial in New York City, and the only one in a church anywhere in the world. This historical and miraculous artifact is under threat. Visit their website to learn more: www.VillageAIDSMemorial.org

The #SayTheirNames Campaign brings together 580 volunteers who each say one of the 580 names inscribed on this memorial. There is POWER in saying the names of victims! We are creating a #livingmemorial ❣ —

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