Red ribbons around Denver for World AIDS Day

If you saw red ribbons tied to street signs around Denver Thursday, there's a reason for that.

It's World Aids Day. Volunteers made a bunch of red ribbons to honor those who have been affected by the disease.

Each has a name on it, and hash tags.

P-L-H-I-V stands for "people living with HIV" W-A-D-C-O stands for "World AIDS Day Colorado."

Did you see any of them? 

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