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Deb Lake & Terri Pease
Lake and Pease have been partners since Oct. 10, 1998. Lake is a minister and author, Pease is a domestic violence and trauma consultant.
Deb Lake
Rev. Lake is the executive director of Sankofa Way, creating new approaches to addressing oppression.
Nancy Lanoue
Lanoue co-founded the Womyn's Gym in the 1980s, later to become Thousand Waves. She co-founded the Lesbian Community Cancer Project.
Joe LaPat & Dick Uyvari
Uyvari (left) and La Pat are supporters of gay sports and community groups, as well as numerous AIDS causes.
Janice Layne
Layne is a writer and activist, working on a range of LGBT and AIDS issues. It was Layne's idea for the LGBT community to march in the Bud Billikin Pa
Kristin Lems
Musician Kristin Lems has been a staunch LGBT ally since the '70s. She is the founder of the National Women's Music Festival.
Michael Leppen
Leppen is among Chicago's most important philanthropists, supporting a wide range of gay, AIDS and human-rights causes.
Marcia Lipetz
Lipetz has a long history of working on LGBT and AIDS causes, including as past executive director of AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Pat Logue
Logue is an attorney with a long career working on LGBT and AIDS causes. She is now a judge.
Lynnell Long
Long is a writer, performer and poet who was part of A Real Reed and a columnist writing on intersex and gender-identity issues for BLACKlines newspap
Joe Loundy
Loundy is a retired social worker and travel agent who has been a volunteer at numerous gay groups since the 1970s.

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