International AIDS Candlelight Memorial since 2 May 1983
without names
The Candlelight Memorial began in 1983 during a time of confusion and misconception about a mysterious disease sweeping the gay community in San Francisco in the United States. Knowing they would die within the year and with no political support, four young men – Bobbi Campbell, Bobby Reynolds, Dan Turner and Mark Feldman – decided to put a “face on the disease” by coordinating a small vigil behind a banner reading “Fighting For Our Lives”.
Poster 'An AIDS Candlelight March' illustrated by David Emfinger © International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

2 May 1983
AIDS & KS Foundation/ GMHC Hotline, San Francisco/ New York