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World Aids Museum & Educational Center

Document Remember Empower


Promote dialogue that eliminates HIV/AIDS stigma through
education, artistic expression, and cultural programming


Eliminate HIV/AIDS stigma and preserve its history


About the Charter Club:

All levels of membership give stakeholders like you a significant opportunity to ensure the Museum’s present success and continued healthy growth into the future.

As a Charter Club member, your automatic, monthly donations will support the Museum’s operating expenses, providing the ability to always remain open to the public.

Take a Guided Tour

The Museum offers docent-guided tours of its signature exhibit, the Chronology of AIDS. We can accommodate groups both big and small. Our Administrative Manager, Matthew Eaton, can make arrangements for any size. Allow at least one hour for the tour and more time to explore the art, other standing exhibits and temporary exhibits, multimedia and interactive displays. Schedule a tour by calling Matthew Eaton at the museum at (954) 390-0550.

Until the Last Story is Told

David King

The Virtual Tapestry of Stories is the Museum’s audiovisual version of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. It is an interweaving of personal experiences captured in video that inspire and empower those affected by HIV/AIDS. Tapestry videos reveal the depth of impact of the myths and stigma of the disease. Tapestry fortifies our understanding of the human consequences of the pandemic. The videos were made by our collaborator, Community of Lights . You can view the complete playlist here or find it among the Created playlists on our YouTube channel.

CALL Matthew Eaton at (954) 390-0550 TO SCHEDULE A FILMED INTERVIEW.

Upcoming Events

Bingo Nights

14 November
PJ’s CHIT CHAT & SPEAKEASY, 3635 N. Andrews Ave
Oakland Park, FL 33309 United States
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Join Us for Bingo, supporting our community

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Until the Last Story is Told

15 November
World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, 1201 NE 26th Street #111
Wilton Manors, FL 33305
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We want to hear and preserve your story. Become a part of the first HIV/AIDS Oral History Project. Your stories will be preserved on video for our collection. Initial Funds from Wilton Manors Community Affairs Advisory Board (CAAB) .No charge to participate. Media Release Form required to complete prior to filiming. Under 18 years of […]

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