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Susan O'Dell
O'Dell has been on the frontlines of counseling for the LGBT community since the 1970s.
Beth O'Neil & Susan McConnell
Susan McConnell (left) and partner Beth O'Neil have supported women's, LGBT and AIDS causes for many years.
Beth O'Neil
Beth O'Neil was a key part of the founding of women's groups in the 1970s.
Achy Obejas
Obejas is the award-winning author of Days of Awe, Memory Mambo, and We Came all the Way from Cuba So You Could Dress Like This?. She was born in Hava
Renae Ogletree
Ogletree has been active on a range of youth, LGBT, AIDS and other causes in Chicago since the 1980s.
Dwight Okita
Dwight Okita is an openly gay Japanese American writer in Chicago.
Chen Ooi
Chen Ooi has been active on gay Asian issues, and has also donated his graphic design service to gay organizations.
Paul Oostenbrug
Oostenbrug is active on sports and health issues in Chicago's gay community, including with Team Chicago.

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