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Sherri Jackson
Jackson is a minister and healthcare practitioner with a wide range of gay and AIDS organizational involvement.
T. Khyentse James
James is founder and executive director for the Estrojam Music and Culture Festival, a gathering of acclaimed and emerging women artists of all kinds.
Cat Jefcoat & Bonnie Wade
Jefcoat (left) and Wade are a young power couple, both working for GLBT rights in community agencies.
Cat Jefcoat
Jefcoat works with the Lesbian Community Care Project, now housed within Howard Brown Health Center.
Chris Johnson
Christine Johnson is a co-founder of Metis Press, Publisher of Lesbian Feminist Literature, and a founding member of the national Women In Print netwo
Phyllis Johnson & Barb Smith
Partners Johnson (left) and Smith are supportive of a range of women's and African-American causes, including Affinity.
Phyllis Johnson
Johnson supports numerous gay, AIDS and African-American causes, including the AIDS Ride and Affinity.
Art Johnston & Jose A. Pena
Johnston and Pena are co-owners of Sidetrack bar, which has been much-honored for its contributions to GLBT and AIDS charities.
Art Johnston
Johnston is co-owner of Sidetrack bar in Chicago, and a long-time activist on GLBT and AIDS issues.
Lola Lai Jong
Lola Lai Jong has been important cultural and activist pioneer on lesbian and Asian Pacific Islander LGBT issues in Chicago and internationally.

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