Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Get your SWERV ON!

SWERV Magazine is a new national lifestyle periodical for the African American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community. Each issue will feature same-gender loving men and women in visual and performing arts, music, literature, film, television, sports, community activism and politics. SWERV Magazine will also include sections on health and fitness, cuisine, news, and special events.

Also see us at www.SWERVmag.com AND www.myspace.com/swervmagazine

Where you can pick up SWERV Magazine

CALIFORNIA: AIDS Alabama, Prescott Pride Center, The AMASSI Center, Spiritual Truth (UFC), Ivan Daniel Productions, Jewel's Catch One, Out & About, U.L.O.A.H., UFC Los Angeles, Sistahfriends, AIDS Project East Bay, Luka's, NIA Collective, S.M.A.A.C., Sistahs Steppin' In Pride, White Horse, UFC Riverside, Golden Rule Services, Inc., Zuna Institute, Ebony Pride San Diego, Obelisk, The Brass Rail, UFC San Diego, San Diego LGBT Community Center, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Pendulum, Rock Hard, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco LGBT Community Center COLORADO: Tongues United CONNECTICUT: Metroline DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Human Rights Campaign, Bachelors Mill, Be Bar, Lambda Rising, Mautner Project, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, National Organization of Women, Phase One, The Delta Elite, The Fire Place, Us Helping Us, UFC Washington, DC, Victory Fund, HRC DC Action Center & Store, Washington DC Black Pride, Whitman-Walker Clinic FLORIDA: Club Boi, Empower U Inc., Club Firestone, Out and About Books GEORGIA: Brushstrokes, Bulldogs, Outwrite Books, Club 708, Charis Books, Tower II, Traxx Atlanta, UFC Atlanta, YouthPride, NAESM, In The Life Atlanta, AID Atlanta ILLINOIS: Affinity, Chicago Department of Health, Circuit Night Club, Unabridged Books, Center on Halsted, Chicago Windy City Black Pride INDIANA: Indiana Black Gay Pride LOUISIANA: NO/AIDS Task Force, Lesbian and Gay Community Center of New Orleans MASSACHUSETTS: Boston Public Health Commission, Calamus Bookstore, HRC Provincetown Action Center & Store MARYLAND: Club Buns, Club Gypsies, Health Education Resource Organization, Inc., Paradox, The Hippo, UFC Baltimore, Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore, Baltimore Black Gay Pride, Inc. MICHIGAN: Common Language, AIDS Partnership Michigan, Horizons Project, MPowerment, Karibu House, Detroit's Hotter Than July, Affirmations, UFC Detroit, Ruth Ellis Center, Kalamazoo Gay Lesbian Resource Center, OAC MINNEAPOLIS: Rainbow Road, District 202, OutFront Minnesota MISSOURI: Magnolia's, The LGBT Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis, St. Louis Black Pride MISSISSIPPI: Club City Lights, Jackson Black Pride NORTH CAROLINA: UFC Charlotte, Club Touch, Club Odyssey NEW JERSEY: Hudson Pride Connections, UFC New Brunswick, Armory Tavern, Liberation In Truth (UFC), Newark-Essex Pride Coalition NEVADA: Get Booked, Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada NEW YORK: Bronx Community Pride Center, People of Color in Crises, Inc., The Audre Lorde Project, UFC Brooklyn, Rainbow and Triangles, AALUSC, The Sister Power Organization, Inc., Chi Chiz, Escuelita, Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD), Gay Men's Health Crisis, Oscar Wilde, The Hangar, Warehouse Club, The LGBT Community Center - NYC, GLAAD OHIO: OLOC, Pink Pyramid, LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland, In Other Words, Brother To Brother, Inc. OREGON: Unity Project Oregon PENNSYLVANIA: COLOURS, Inc., Giovanni's Room, William Way LGBT Community Center, Woody's, Philadelphia Fight SOUTH CAROLINA: Club Third Shift, Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services, South Carolina Black Pride TENNESSEE: Anthony Hardaway, Memphis Gay & Lesbian Community Center, Nashville Cares, OutCentral TEXAS: Austin Relay Pride, Club Dallas, Crossroads Market, The Brick Club & Joe's Place, Resource Center of Dallas, Rock Star Club, Saint Hope Foundation - Stafford & Bellaire VIRGINIA: Lambda Rising, Phoenix Rising WASHINGTON: Seattle Black Pride WISCONSIN: Outward Books

1 comment:

The Doc said...

Man...this is hottt! I just hope it does better than CLIK did and is more reliable (subscription wise). I dig it.