Names of people who have died of AIDS are written in chalk on Castro Street in San Francisco to commemorate World AIDS Day.
Names of people who have died of AIDS are written in chalk on Castro Street in San Francisco to commemorate World AIDS Day. Justin Sullivan Getty Images
Names of people who have died of AIDS are written in chalk on Castro Street in San Francisco to commemorate World AIDS Day. Justin Sullivan Getty Images

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