Wednesday, March 4, 2009

57 Organizations and 91 Individuals Have Endorsed the Gay Men's Health Agenda - ARE YOU ON THE LIST?


There is still time to endorse the agenda - as an individual, as an organization, or both. But the deadline is TODAY - March 4.

We will be presenting the agenda to advocates, policy-makers, and other key stakeholders as the new Obama Health and Human Services administration takes shape.

Your sign-on will make a difference

Read the full document right here, on LifeLube.

If you have already added your own name or that of your organization, THANK YOU!

If you haven't yet, email no later than 5:00pm Wednesday, March 4th - TODAY - to ensure that you and/or your organization is listed as an endorser.

Please forward this request far and wide. Any questions can be addressed to

Below is the list endorsers in formation - updated as of early AM on March 4. If you have signed on and don't see your name, please accept our sincere apologies and please CONTACT US so we can rectify the situation immediately! If there is a correction to your endorsements, please forgive, and let us know. Your endorsements matter.


1. A Brave New Day, Jackson, MS
2. African American Office of Gay Concerns, Newark, NJ
3. AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
4. AIDS Action Council, Washington, DC
5. AIDS Alabama, Birmingham, AL
6. AIDS Foundation Chicago, Chicago, IL
7. The AIDS Institute, Washington, DC
8. AIDS Project Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
9. AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition, New York, NY
10. Alliance Rights Nigeria (ARN) Abuja Nigeria
11. Acadiana C.A.R.E.S., Lafayette, LA
12. Bienestar Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
13. Black LGBT Archivists Society of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
14. Black Pride Society, Detroit, MI
15. Boston Living Center, Boston, MA
16. Cambridge Cares About AIDS, Cambridge, MA
17. Cascade AIDS Project, Portland, OR
18. Center for Health Justice, West Hollywood, CA
19. Common Ground – The Westside HIV Community Center, Santa Monica, CA
20. Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP), New York, NY
21. Creations for Empowerment, Brooklyn, NY
22. Fenway Community Health, Boston, MA
23. Fenway Institute, Boston, MA
24. Gay City Health Project, Seattle, WA
25. Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, NY
26. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy, New York, NY
27. Georgia Equality, Atlanta, GA
28. Guyana Rainbow Foundation, Georgetown, Guyana
29. Harlem United Community AIDS Center, New York, NY
30. HIVictorious, Inc., Madison, WI
31. Howard Brown Health Center, Chicago, IL
32. Human Rights Campaign, Washington, DC
33. Inova Juniper Program, Springfield, VA
34. International Federation of Black Prides, Inc., Washington, DC
35. JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., Boston, MA
36. Latino Commission on AIDS, New York, NY
37. Latino Health Advocacy Coalition, New York, NY
38. Legacy Community Health Services, Houston, TX
39. Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, Los Angeles, CA
40. The MALE Center, AIDS Action Committee, MA
41. Michigan Positive Action Coalition, Detroit, MI
42. Montana Gay Men’s Task Force, Missoula, MT
43. National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors, Washington, DC
44. National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) Washington, DC
45. National Black Leadership Commission On AIDS, New York, NY
46. National Coalition for LGBT Health, Washington, DC
47. Okaloosa AIDS Support and Informational Services, Inc. (OASIS), Ft. Walton Beach, FL
48. Pink and Blues, Philadelphia, PA
49. Sacrena Gay Coalition, Kenya
50. Society Against STIs & HIV (Sash Bahamas), Bahamas
51. Strata Various Product Design, Beverly Hills, CA
52. Sunshine Social Services/ Sunserve , Fort Lauderdale, FL
53. TII CANN - Title II Community AIDS National Network, Washington, DC
54. U.S. Positive Women’s Network
55. UVA Pride, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
56. Victory Programs, Inc., Boston, MA
57. WORLD (Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Disease)


1. Gina Arias, New York, NY
2. Tommy Atz, Philadelphia, PA
3. Cornelius Baker, Washington, DC
4. Chris Bartlett, Philadelphia, PA
5. Jim Baxter, College Park, MD
6. Roy Berkowitz, Springfield, VA
7. J.M. Birmingham, Brooklyn, NY
8. Bob Bowers, Madison, WI
9. Bill Briggs, Springfield, VA
10. Jared Douglas Brodin, Seattle, WA
11. Susan Buchbinder, MD, San Francisco, CA
12. Katy Caldwell, Houston, TX
13. John Cottrell, Ph.D., Salt Lake City, UT
14. Philip G. Curtis, Los Angeles, CA
15. Jason Crooks, Lafayette, LA
16. Mark A. Davis, Philadelphia, PA
17. Julie Davids, Providence, RI
18. Dennis deLeon, New York, NY
19. Julie Ebin, Cambridge, MA
20. David Ferguson, San Francisco, CA
21. Deborah H. Fournier, Esq., Boston, MA
22. Earl D. Fowlkes, Jr., Washington, DC
23. Rebecca Fox, Washington, DC
24. Raven Gildea, Seattle, WA
25. Sophie Godley, Swampscott, MA
26. Jeffrey Goodman, Santa Monica, CA
27. Allegra Gordon, Philadelphia, PA
28. Celia M. Grant, Roxbury, MA
29. Charles Gueboguo, Cameroon
30. Jeff Graham, Atlanta, GA
31. Rebecca Haag, Boston, MA
32. Robert J. Hadley, Chicago, IL
33. Bridget Haire, Sydney, Australia
34. Matt Hamilton, Los Angeles, CA
35. Matty Hart, Philadelphia, PA
36. Beth Hastie, Boston, MA
37. Vicki Hastings
38. David Herrera, Missoula, MT
39. Kathie Hiers, Birmingham, AL
40. David Hoover, Springfield, VA
41. Mark Hubbard, Nashville, TN
42. Mark Ishaug, Chicago, IL
43. Bill Jesdale, San Francisco, CA
44. Kevin Trimell Jones, Philadelphia, PA
45. William David Karchner, Albany, NY
46. Naina Khanna, Oakland, CA
47. Ben Kudler, Boston, MA
48. Steven P. Kurtz, Ph. D., Coral Gables, FL
49. Chuck Lacombe, Dorchester, MA
50. Stewart Landers, Boston, MA
51. Krista Lauer, Los Angeles, CA
52. James Learned, New York, NY
53. Marcelo Maia, New York, NY
54. Harvey J. Makadon, MD Boston, MA
55. Duane Malone, Jackson, MS
56. Johnnie Hamilton-Mason, MSW, PhD
57. Hiroshi Matsumoto, MD, PhD, Okayama, Japan
58. Reverend Wycliffe Mboya, Kenya
59. Philip T. McCabe, New Brunswick, NJ
60. Sojourner McCauley, Brooklyn, NY
61. Michael McFadden, Chicago, IL
62. Butch McKay, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
63. Tim Menza, Seattle, WA
64. David Munar, Chicago, IL
65. Kaijson Noilmar, Seattle, WA
66. Terry Oldes, Chicago, IL
67. Ifeanyi Kelly Orazulike, Abuja, Nigeria
68. John Peller, Chicago, IL
69. Jim Pickett, Chicago, IL
70. Rafael Ponce, New York, NY
71. Tony Radovich, Seattle, WA
72. Jeffrey Reidhead, Seattle, WA
73. Danny Resnic, Beverly Hills, CA
74. Dennis E. Saffer, Seattle, WA
75. Michael Scarce, San Francisco, CA
76. Carl Schmid, Washington, DC
77. Walt Senterfitt, PhD RN, Los Angeles, CA
78. Michael Shankle, Boston, MA
79. Larry Shoemaker, Oakland, CA
80. Charles Stephens, Atlanta, GA
81. Edward Strickler, Jr., Albemarle County, VA
82. Fred Swanson, Seattle, WA
83. Dennis Torres, Stamford CT
84. Tony Valenzuela, Los Angeles, CA
85. Rodney Vanderwarker, Boston, MA
86. Steven F. Wakefield, Seattle, WA
87. Robin T. Webb, Jackson, MS
88. Seth L. Welles, Philadelphia, PA
89. Garland Wood, Seattle, WA
90. Gary Paul Wright, Newark, NJ
91. Al Wroblewski, Uxbridge, MA

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