Archive for the In Memoriam Category

JACQUELINE ANDERSON

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1996 (now deceased) As educator and writer, Jacqueline Anderson has contributed to academic discussion about lesbianism and […]

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JAMES MONROE SMITH

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Now Deceased] As a quietly persistent young lawyer, in 1988 James Monroe Smith founded the AIDS […]

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DAVID B. SINDT

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Posthumous] In the 1970s and 1980s, Rev. David B. Sindt fought homophobia in civil and religious […]

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DAWN CLARK NETSCH

FRIEND OF THE COMMUNITY | Inducted 1995 [Now Deceased] In her roles as an attorney, educator, author, state legislator, advocate for […]

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JEAN V. HARDISTY

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Now Deceased] As an organizer and philanthropist in Chicago and Massachusetts Jean Hardisty helped open Chicago’s […]

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T. CHRIS COTHRAN

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Now Deceased] He was a veteran member of PrideChicago, which plans the annual pride parade. He […]

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SAMSON CHAN

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Posthumous] During a short, courageous life he built a legacy of social change here and overseas. […]

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CARYN BERMAN

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1995 [Now Deceased] A psychotherapist and social worker, for many years Caryn Berman worked professionally and as […]

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ELIZABETH E. TOCCI

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1994 [Now Deceased] Born on Chicago’s South Side and raised in the Pullman and Roseland neighborhoods, Elizabeth […]

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GREGORY A. SPRAGUE

INDIVIDUAL | Inducted 1994 [Posthumous] Nationally known for research in Chicago lesbian and gay history, Gregory A. Sprague co-founded the […]

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