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San Diego Women's Club
2557 3rd Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

Guest Speaker
Dr. Joycelyn Elders - U.S. Surgeon General 1993-1994

Honorary Chairs
San Diego AIDS Memorial Committee Co-chair Katherine Stuart Falconer,
City Commissioner Nicole Murray-Ramirez
CA Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins & Jennifer LeSar

Please join us for a gala brunch to celebrate some "ordinary" women (lesbian, trans*, and straight) who stepped up and did extraordinary things in the difficult early days of HIV/AIDS in San Diego and Tijuana. Their stories are some of the most compelling yet under-recognized chapters in our history. In appreciation of all who gave in so many ways, we will honor individuals and one group as our 2016 "Heroines, Pioneers, and Trailblazers." Learn more.

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