The San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Community Center

San Diego, CA

The mission of The San Diego LGBT Community Center is to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV communities by providing activities, programs, and services that:

Create community,
Empower community members,
Provide essential resources,
Advocate for civil and human rights, and
Embrace, promote and support our cultural diversity.

The Center houses more than 50 programs, projects and services that reach out to the LGBT, HIV/AIDS and allied communities. We provide direct program services to the many different facets of the LGBT community, including youth, seniors, families, LGBT Latino community members and their families, and those struggling with HIV. In 2008 The Center served more than 25,000 San Diego community members, and through its events, activities and advocacy, touched the lives of thousands more.

Database of Potential Community Partners

Brookline Access TV

A spreadsheet created by corps member Jessica Wholey for Brookline Access TV with detailed info on community organizations, how/if they’ve worked with them in the past and how they might work with them in the future.

Digital Media Questionnaire

Access Humboldt

A Digital Media Questionnaire that corps member Sam Kaplan created at Access Humboldt to survey Humboldt County digital media resources (institutions, organizations, programs, festivals, businesses, schools/classes, etc.) to determine what areas of the county and/or specific populations are most in need of additional digital media programs, and what types of digital media programs are most needed.

Blandin Broadband Conference

October 13, 2010 - October 14, 2010
Baxter, MN

This year’s Blandin Broadband Conference spotlights communities across Minnesota that are Cultivating a Culture of Use through ARRA broadband funding. Their goal is ambitious - to create technologically and economically vital rural communities, competing and thriving in the broadband economy, with sustainable broadband adoption, job growth and wealth creation.

The 36th Annual Community Radio Conference

June 1, 2011 - June 4, 2011
San Francisco, CA

The National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) is a national alliance of stations, producers, and others committed ti community radio. NFCB advocates for national public policy, funding, recognition, and resources on behalf of its membership, while providing services to empower and strengthen community broadcasters through the core values of localism, diversity, and public service.

1st Chicago Neighborhood Digital Excellence Conference And Technology Fair

October 29, 2010
Chicago, IL

What is “digital excellence”? What does it mean for community and economic development, job creation, and connecting neighborhoods in Chicago? How do we create a “culture of use’ for digital tools and resources driven by “digital excellence”? What does “digital excellence” mean for how you and all of us work with each other in a city that wants to be a global player in the 21st century digital world?

WGXC/Prometheus Radio Station Barnraising

September 24, 2010 - September 26, 2010
Hudson, NY

For our 12th radio barnraising, Prometheus is joining forces with WGXC 90.7 FM! WGXC, Hands-on Radio is a community-powered media project of the transmission arts organization free103point9. What makes this barnraising like no other barnraising we’ve held before? Our partnership with WGXC will be our very first full power radio barnraising - at over 3000 watts, WGXC will reach nearly 80,000 people in two New York counties.

Miro Proposal


A proposal highlighting the features of Miro. Prepared by corps member Anne Jonas.

Miro 101


A comprehensive manual on how to create a Miro community. Prepared by corps member Anne Jonas.

Making Media Public Conference

May 5, 2010 - May 7, 2010
Toronto, ON

Traditional ways of making media are in crisis and steadfast models are threatened with extinction: media giants teeter on the edge of bankruptcy, local television stations are being closed, thousands of media workers have been laid off, and community radio and television are poorly supported. At the same time, new media are increasingly embraced by publics that, linked through social networks, produce and distribute an increasing range of their own content.

Transmission Project