Diaries, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, videocassettes and personal information, 1980-1994, of Daniel P. Warner,
AIDS educator and co-founder of the Los Angeles Shanti Foundation. Materials in this collection primarily concern Warner's
experience living with HIV and AIDS from the 1980s to the time of his death in 1993.
Daniel P. Warner was the co-founder and executive director of the Los Angeles Shanti Foundation, an organization that provided
care for people living with AIDS; and the program director of West Hollywood CARES. He also organized the National Candlelight
March in 1983 and 1990 and served as a health educator for the City of West Hollywood. In addition, Warner acted as a consultant
on two television movies about AIDS,
Our Sons on ABC and the Emmy award-winning
An Early Frost on NBC. In 1991, in recognition of his service to the community, Warner was given Los Angeles Shanti's first Daniel P. Warner
Commitment to Service Award, Los Angeles County's Community Service Award, and a certificate of recognition from the California
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