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The Names Project's AIDS Quilt.

Cleve Jones, founder of the Names Project, which inspired the sewing of three-foot by six-foot panels in memory of victims of AIDS. The project culminated in the assembly of the patches in Washington last October in a quilt the size of two football fields. A 24-city tour of the quilt to raise money for AIDS research starts later this month. (Interview by Faith Middleton)

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Other segments from the episode on April 6, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 6, 1988: Interview with David Brinkley; Review of Rodion Shchedrin's album "The Lady With the Lapdog"; Interview with Cleve Jones; Commentary on the western canon of…

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