Here's the group photo from this weekend's gathering of LGBT bloggers and editors in San Francisco for a day long workshop on immigration reform, teen homelessness, bullying, suicide, and a quick presentation on the status of Prop 8 legislation.
Attendees (clickety to embiggen): Michael Rogers (BlogActive), Eden James (change.org), Phil Reese (SameSexSunday), Andrés Duque (Blabbeando), Karen Ocamb (LGBT POV), Jeremy Hooper (Good As You), Jean Albright (Windy City Times), Matt Baume (stop8.org), David Stern (Frontiers Magazine), Shuan Knittel (Seattle Gay News), Tracy Baim (Windy City Times), Ksen Pallegedara (Presenter), Joe Mirabella (Seattle PI), Zack Ford (ZackFordBlogs), Carl Siciliano (Ali Forney Center), Chris Geidner (Metro Weekly), Rod McCullom (Rod 2.0), Daniel Villarreal (Queerty), Adam Bink (Prop8TrialTracker), Chris Johnson (Washington Blade), Ed Kennedy (AfterElton), Jerame Davis (Bilerico Project), Caitlin Ryan (Family Acceptance Project), Jason Cianciotto (Presenter), Bil Browning (host), Jos Truitt (Feministing), Rex Wockner (freelancer), Elizabeth Plata (Presenter), Matt Comer (Q Notes), Erik Resnick (Gay People's Chronicle), Shannon Minter (National Center for Lesbian Rights), Sunni Brydum (Out Front Colorado), Andrew Belonsky (Death & Taxes), Joe Jervis (Joe.My.God.), Cynthia Laird (Bay Area Reporter), Michael Jones (change.org), Liza Sabater (Culture Kitchen), Ann Haas (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention), Mauricio Rodriguez (Presenter), Ed Plata (Presenter).
We had quite a few more attendees this year and hopefully next time we'll be able to expand further. For those who weren't able to attend, the meeting was live-tweeted with the hashtag #haas11 and one attendee set up a live stream video.