Tuesday, January 10, 2012

2012 Worldwide LGBT Civil Rights Marches-THE BEHIND THE SCENES LEADERS OF TOMORROW


THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW, THE BEHIND THE SCENES HEROES OF LGBT CIVIL RIGHTS...

Do you ever wonder how events are put together?  Detailed and meticulous planning?  Hours contacting individuals?  Frustrated evenings waiting on responses?  Follow ups that never pan out?  THEN IT HAPPENS!  RESULTS, FRIENDSHIPS FORM, EXCITEMENT BUILDS, INSPIRATION ABOUNDS, THE DAY ARRIVES, THE POSITIVE RESULTS, ADVANCEMENT TOWARD EQUALITY...

In a nutshell, this is what these individuals experience, our FEARLESS LEAD ORGANIZERS!

In the coming days and weeks, you will meet each of them and learn a little more about them, what makes them special (besides being who they are), what makes them tick, and what makes them so important in the process of making this world a better place for all mankind around the world!

Here are our FEARLESS LEADERS for the 2012 Worldwide LGBT Civil Rights Marches/Gatherings:

Curtis Sledge, Jr. - Washington, DC
Mohammad Azam - Pakistan
Noa Francis Shayden - Chicago
Dusty Wenk - Atlanta
Eyad Alkurabi - Albany
Christianne M. Bharath - NYC
Marc Holcomb - Oklahoma City
Capri Mahaffey - Hampton, VA
Kelly Caldwell - Portland
Jackie Yambot - Isabela, Philippines
Pol Cabalfin - Bacolod City, Philippines
Robert Collins - Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
Ms. Ricky Roberts - Athens, GA
Brian Rohrbaugh - Baltimore, Maryland
David William Vandygriff - Jacksonville, FL
Dante T. Thompson - Las Vegas
Jami J. Bevers - Millington/Memphis
Wendelinus Linus Hamutenya - Windhoek, Namibia
Ochen Jacob & Byamugisha Jeff
 - Kampala City, Uganda
Stephen Ray Luce - Tulsa, OK
Robert GayMormon Moore - Salt Lake City
Certain Loyal Activists - Great Britain
(While there will be events on this day throughout Great Britain by those activists desiring to represent their solidarity for this worldwide event, an arrangement was made between them and the Chairman of the International Committee, to leave those events private and unpublished as a showing of respect for this special day of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II -  her birthday)
Mikael Frank Audebert - Orlando
Wezesha - Tanzania
PFLAG San Juan - San Juan, Texas
LADLAD  LGBT Organization - Manila, Philippines

Amelie Leingang Hahn
 
 - Jackson, Mississippi
Regina Ebi - Abuja, Nigeria

Sandra Morlas - New Orleans
Steven Vidlund - Marquette, Michigan
Magdalena Robinson - South Cebu, Philippines

Helen Nixon - Mobile, Alabama
(There will be more added to this list in the coming days and weeks.)

Please help them, encourage them, love them, get to know them, friend them, cooperate with them, and most importantly RESPECT them!

THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE FOR THIS EVENT WITH LOCATION DETAILS, ETC. WILL BE UP AND RUNNING SOON WITH THE LINK POSTED HERE  AND IN THE DISCLOSURE!
Official website just launched   http://www.letsreachonemillionpeople.com






5 comments:

  1. I would like to thank all of the Lead Organizers for this event. I urge everyone to contact them personally and thank them, please offer any assistance they might need.
    They are working tirelessly to make these marches successful and advance our movement for full equality. I am honored to be connected to every single one of them and they have my greatest respect for acting selflessly for all of us.

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  2. I think you are making a huge mistake in respect to your Chicago lead organizer. As someone who has personally worked with Noa Shayden, they are completely irresponsible, unreliable, and inexperienced. They owe Join the Impact Chicago money for refusing to return t-shirts they had printed which Noa took to a conference to sell to raise funds for the organization. That was over a year ago. Not only did Noa never follows through with task they volunteered to do but also exhibited extreme misogynistic behavior. If you continue to use them as your leader you will not get a very large response from the Chicago area.

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  3. In response to anonymous above. The committee has received no indication whatsoever as to a wrong choice in our selection of Noa Shayden for the Chicago area Lead Organizer and we stand firm on his selection and he has the backing of the International Committee. With that being said, should any concerns arise with any of the Lead Organizers, the committee will address those accordingly!

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  4. I have personally known Noa for many years and have known them to be abusive and completely clueless and disrespectful to transgender issues, only beginning to identify as transgender when their partner did, on the verbatim given reason of "not wanting to be in a straight relationship, no matter what." The partner has since left and Noa has been compensating by involving themselves only in LGBT activities, something once ridiculed by this same person.

    Get rid of them.

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  5. Also, I just now noticed the comment from Join the Impact Chicago above, and am very grateful someone else is saying something.

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