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Next
S.V.A.
Meeting

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July 26

4:15 - 6 p
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GLBT
Center
Manhattan

 

Stonewall Veterans Organization

Future
S.V.A.
Meeting
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 August 30
4:15 - 6 pm
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Gay Center
Manhattan
New York

S.V.A. pictures shown above include the original 8-color Gay Pride Flag, the landmark Stonewall Club, the famous "Stonewall Car" leading a NYC Gay parade, the jukebox "Songs of The Stonewalland legendary Stonewall Veterans such as Queen Allyson Allante, Jeremiah Newton, Storme DeLarverieDavid Bermudez and Rev. Magora Kennedy.


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STONEWALL
Veterans'
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Stonewall   *  Icons

 Mae West  *  Bette Davis  *  Joan Crawford  *  Lana Turner  *  Judy Garland  *  Liz Taylor  *  Marilyn Monroe  * Connie Francis*  Julie Andrews  *  Shirley Bassey  *  Barbra Streisand  *  Diana Ross  *  Cher Sarkisian   *  Dolly Parton  *   Liza Minnelli  *  Donna Summer  *  Madonna Ciccone  *  Michael Jackson  

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S.V.A.
Mission
Statement,
Purposes
and Goals

 

"Reflections"
of the
Stonewall Era +
Stonewall Club
by Williamson

 

STONEWALL
The Era,
The Club,
The People
The Rebellion

 

"Songs
of
The
STONEWALL"
(1966 to 1969)

 

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1969
Cadillac
convertible
"Stonewall
Car"

 

Photo
Album:
Biographies,
Parades,
Narratives

 

Education
Programs
and
Community
Services

 

Prominent
Public
Officials and
Organization
Supporters

 

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Past
Events
from 2002
to 2013
with S.V.A.

 

2014
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Current &
Upcoming
Events

 

Membership, Donors,
Contributors,
Sponsors
and Ad Form

 

Business
& Political
Advertisers in
STONEWALL
Newzletta




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STONEWALL Veterans' Association  *  Next S.V.A. Monthly Meeting


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STONEWALL Rebellion Veterans' Association at FaceBook:
https://M.Facebook.com/SVANYC?ref=bookmark



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S.V.A. Button


STONEWALL Veterans' Association Button

The official and only STONEWALL Veterans' Association ("S.V.A.") big button is round with a symbolic, dark pink outline of brickwork stones creating the "stone wall" effect.  The impressive button includes the S.V.A. name and the year of its inception in 1969.  New York City District Leader David B. Reck, who was commissioned by the SVA's founder Williamson Henderson to create this unique item, is the exclusive designer.  Mr. Reck is also the sole producer of the limited edition, optional pin-on or clip-on button.  The eye-catching S.V.A. button is distributed only to:  (a) the actual veterans of the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion registered as S.V.A. members; (b) the Executive Committee elected by the S.V.A. membership; and (c) the significant S.V.A. Honorary Members approved by the S.V.A. Executive Committee.  The unique S.V.A. button is truly treasured!  

     

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S.V.A. Synopsis

The STONEWALL Veterans' Association ("S.V.A.") is comprised of the actual, surviving and active veterans of the 1969 Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender ("GLBT") monumental 1969 Stonewall Rebellion at and the former regular patrons of The Stonewall Club (no one called it the "Inn") at 51 and 53 Christopher Street in Greenwich Village, New York, U.S.A.  The rebellion (it was never a 'riot') lasted five inconsecutive nights (they were not 'riots') from Friday, June 27th, to Thursday, July 3rd, 1969.  On two nights (June 30 and July 1) it rained, so, no one wanting to get wet, the rebellion was postponed!  Symbolically, it was on the 'seventh day', July 4th, American Independence Day, that the united Gay community triumphantly celebrated our Gay independence -- though not our full civil rights and freedoms!  

The S.V.A. was founded on the following Friday, July 11, 1969, literally just a stone's throw from The Village in a New York delicatessen restaurant known as The Victoria on 14th Street off Fifth Avenue.  The S.V.A. organization is a cultural, historical, educational, advocacy and politically-aware, non-profit, volunteer organization primarily, but not exclusively, for the GLBT communities.  It includes the SVA's non-Gay members, friends and supporters.  The S.V.A. is registered (since 1969) with the New York State Attorney General's Charities Bureau and listed with the City of New York's non-profit groups.  

The "STONEWALL Newzletta" is the popular publication of the S.V.A.  Originally a two-sided news flyer, it grew to a 16-page newsletter with commendation letters from public officials and candidates as well as Gay and non-Gay organizations.  The newsletter includes business, public service and public official  advertisements.  An "S.V.A. Speakers Bureau" of Stonewall veterans is available to other organizations and groups and for events and forums.  The Stonewall veterans of the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion led the annual New York Gay Pride parades in Manhattan (the first in 1970 to the 40th in 2009), Queens (through 2004), Long Island (until 2000), Brooklyn (through 2007), The Bronx (1998 to 2002 when they ended) and sometimes across the big "V" bridge to Staten Island.  The S.V.A. has also been the guest leaders of Gay Pride parades throughout America.  Spanning a few decades, the S.V.A. periodically partakes in the annual nighttime Greenwich Village Halloween Parade.  The S.V.A. leading any New York City parade is with the classic, eye-catching and now famous 1969 blue Cadillac convertible "Stonewall Car" with the big white wall tires, white leather interior and the colorful magnetic signs that read "1969 Stonewall Car"!  

For in-person 411, the S.V.A. regularly meets on the last Saturday of every month @ 4:15 p.m. at the New York City GLBT Community Center.  For more 411, telephone the S.V.A. at (212) 6-27-1969 (the exact date of the first night of the Stonewall Rebellion, June 27, 1969).  You may visit the S.V.A. on the worldwide web at their several million verified 'visits' a year informative, interesting and fabulous website at:  www.STONEWALLvets.org.    

 

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S.V.A. Meetings

The STONEWALL Veterans' Associaton ("S.V.A.") meets every month (rain or shine, heatwave or snowstorm) on the last Saturday.  The time of the monthly S.V.A. meetings is from 4:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and beyond, if needed.  The location is at the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender ("GLBT") Community Services Center ("The Center") at 212 West 13 Street (between Seventh Avenue and Greenwich Avenue) in Manhattan, New York.  The Center is accessible by car with free street parking or many paid garages.  New York City Transit ("NYCT") bus routes in Manhattan near The Center are the following:  M-14-A and M-14-D (14th Street), M-20 (Seventh and Eighth Avenues) and M-11 (Ninth Avenue).  The Center is also convenient via the following NYCT subways:  #1, #2, #3, "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "L" and "Q" (for "Queen").  If you need more "411" about the GLBT Center or to see their "Gay Groups" listing for the S.V.A., visit:  www.GayCenter.org.

 

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S.V.A. Contact 411

 
STONEWALL  Veterans' Association
Suite 120
70-A Greenwich Avenue
Manhattan, New York, U.S.A.
10011

 
S.V.A. (24/7/365) office telephone:  (212) 6-27-1969    
Historic Note:  The S.V.A. telephone number is the exact date of
the first night of the Stonewall Rebellion:  June (6th month) - 27 - 1969

S.V.A. fax:  (718) 294-1969 (S.V.A. requires a fax cover sheet)

S.V.A. website: www.STONEWALLvets.org

S.V.A. e-mail:  SVA@STONEWALLvets.org
                                      
   

 

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S.V.A. Board  

S.V.A. Chairman-of-the-Board
Charlton N. Spencer
(212) 627-1969

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S.V.A. Honorary Male Chairperson 
Mayor Edward I. Koch, In Memorium
(212) 541-2186
www.STONEWALLvets.org/EdKoch.htm 


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S.V.A. Honorary Female Chairperson
U.S. Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke
(718) 287-1142
www.YvetteClarke.com

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S.V.A. Legal Advisor
Hal M. Weiner, Esq.
(917) 957-8244

HalWeiner@nyc.rr.com


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S.V.A. Community Liaison
Shari L. Clemons
(646) 355-8732
ShariClemons@gmail.com

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S.V.A. Communications Director
Lloyd T. Ashley

(347) 820-8072
SVA@nyct.net

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S.V.A. 2014 Executive Committee

(All 15 are 1969 Stonewall  veterans of the SW-Raids and/or SW-Rebellion) 
                                                                                                                                                  


David Velasco Bermudez
(MA)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/DavidBermudez.htm
(508) 362-1696 
Velore20@gmail.com

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Bettye C. Bristol (OH)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/BettyeBristol.htm
(216) 543-4799

Bettye.Bristol@yahoo.com


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Ruthybird M. Campbell 
(NYC) 
www.STONEWALLvets.org/RuthybirdCampbell.htm
(347) 404-4427
Ruthybird@netzero.net

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R. Bert Coffman (NY)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/BertCoffman.htm
(212) 889-4262
Bert_Coffman@yahoo.com

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Peter S. Fiske
(CA)
(760) 323-1918
PSFiske@yahoo.com

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Jeffrey M. "Jitterz" Greenfield (NJ)
(973) 669-8311
JeffreyMGreenfield@yahoo.com


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Cristina N. Hayworth (PR)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/CristinaHayworth.htm


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Williamson HendersonS.V.A. Director (NYC)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/WilliamsonHenderson.htm
(212) 369-1969
WLH@nyct.net

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R. Wayne Herndon
(843) 685-3738
BobbyWayne1@ME.com

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Carl J. Keller, Jr. (CT)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/CarlKeller.htm
(860) 874-9362
CJKwidge@yahoo.com

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Dave L. Leong (NY)
(212) 288-4420
Huron82@aol.com

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Nance H. Lomax (PA)
(215) 789-0870
IndependenceHallWall@yahoo.com

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Jeremiah Jay Newton (NY)
www.STONEWALLvets.org/JeremiahNewton.htm
(212) 777-6286
Jay.Newton@Verizon.net

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Joan C. Sobel (NY)
(646) 438-9760
IsabellaFlowerChild@yahoo.com

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Robert A. Spiegel (DC)
(202) 462-4370
SpiegelOkay4Now@gmail.com


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Key = U.S. state of residency is abbreviated in parenthesis
"NYC" herein indicates only the 4 outer boroughs of New York City
  "DC" is District of Columbia  
 

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S.V.A. "Bi-Laws"
The June 2009 S.V.A. members voted elimination of an elected officer system,
which served the organization well, historically and laudatory for four decades!
The group shall hence be run by a dozen-member Executive Committee (E/C).
It shall also include a Director, who shall be annually voted by the S.V.A. E/C.
A majority of the great-standing and eligible S.V.A. Executive Committee 
members,
who must be duly-noticed in writing in advance prior to any 
S.V.A. meeting, decide by majority vote on any decisions of the S.V.A.
The S.V.A. Director does not vote except to break a tie-vote of the E/C.
All Executive Committee members must be in great standing at all times!

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STONEWALL Rebellion Veterans' Association 
====Members=in=Memorium====

Andre F. Adams (2000), Bobby J. Albano (1991), Brandy T. Alexander (1982), David R. Ali (1986), Giulio E. Andino (2006), Sonia Jane Attkiss (1982), R. Bob Barkan (2003), Jackie W. Barrett (2014), Candice Boyce (2010), LeRoi R. Carr (1992), Raymond S. Castro (2010), Raven D. Chanticleer (2002), Booker T. Cooke, Jr. (2011), Ray S. DeJames (2000), K. Storme DeLarverie (2014), Joseph A. ("Miss Destiny") Destio (1980), Aubrey D. Drummond (1988), Stanley M. ("Stanlietta") Dunne (1991), Christopher B. Falco (1978), Eddy Finkelstein (1993), David Jenkins Foxworth (2008), Vaughn D. Fubler (1991), Roger S. Fulop (1989), David Gobar (1985), Paul R. ("Pauline") Greenwood (1988), Emile A. Griffith, Jr. (2013), Ed B. Heffernan (2004), Marsha P. Johnson (1992), Steven M. Konigsberg (1984), Henry M. Koutoukas (2011), Douglas C. Lawson (2003), Lou P. Maletta (2011), Kenny O. Marpe (1987), Nick J. Mazzaferro (1992), Jacques H. Minette (2000), Brian M. Molese (1992), Sidney F. Morris (2002), Ronnie J. Nieves (2001), Electra J. O'Mara (2004), Gerald I. Paige (1992), Richie A. Parissidi (1992), Rafael Quintano (2008), John P. ("JP") Ranieri (2001), Mark C. Richter (2014), Sylvia R. Rivera (2002), Stan G. Scherer (1986), Charles R. Snyder (2005), Allen Siegel (2011), Sterling St. Jacques (1984), Richard D. Strahan (1999), Terri J. Van Dyke (2003), David Van Ronk (2002), Dwight Werner (1985), Dave F. West (2006), A. Doric Wilson (2011), Eddie H. Wright, Jr. (1984), Richard M. Zollo (1988) 

 
   

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 S.V.A. Honorary Members
     "Top Ten" (one opening for 2014) are supportive, meritorious and elected herein 

         
N.Y.C. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
(www.MichaelBloomberg.com)


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N.Y.S. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

 www.AndrewCuo
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N.Y.C. Councilmember James E. (Jed) Davis, In Memorium
www.JamesEDavisFoundation.com

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Congressmember Geraldine A. FerraroIn Memorium
www.FoxNews.com/GeraldineFerraro

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America's Mayor Rudy W. Giuliani (NYC)
www.GiulianiPartners.com

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U.S. Congressman Hakeem S. Jeffries (Brooklyn, NY)
www.JeffriesForCongress.com


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Susan Marie Olmetti, Whimsical Artist (Chicago, IL)
www.SusanOlmetti.com

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Tom A. Viola, Executive Director (Manhattan, NY)
www.BroadwayCares/EquityFightsAIDS.org

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N.Y.S. Assemblymember / New York County Democratic Chairman Keith L. Wright (Harlem, NY)
Assembly.state.ny.us/Keith-L-Wright

   

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S.V.A. 2014 Membership / Supporters / Advertising Form

 

Download STONEWALL Veterans Association (S.V.A.) 2014 Membership Form (PDF)


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To become a friend, sponsor or advertiser, please see the separate file:
www.STONEWALLvets.org/membership/sponsorship.htm

 

 

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S.V.A. Privacy Pledge

The STONEWALL Veterans' Association ("S.V.A."), since 1969, is a renowned, volunteer, non-profit, registered New York City and New York State organization with local, city, state, national and international outreach and support.  The S.V.A. is committed to protecting your privacy -- a right which the S.V.A. has maintained as one of our founding principles and has always fought to protect.  Former S.V.A. Honorary Female Chairperson, Congressmember Bella S. Abzug, co-authored the national Right to Privacy Act.  Therefore, we really respect and protect any and all "411" (information) that you may provide to the S.V.A.  Our general mailing and special sponsor lists are absolutely confidential.  We do not avail, sell, rent, loan or trade our mailing lists.  The S.V.A. never has in 45 years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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"The STONEWALL Cheer"


 

 

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S.V.A. Advisory

This historic, educational, interesting and unique website by the STONEWALL Veterans' Association ("S.V.A.") is provided as an informative courtesy and a public interest service; however, all of the information provided by the S.V.A. is the proprietary property of the S.V.A.  Therefore, publishing, printing, copying, down-loading, e-mailing, faxing and otherwise disseminating any text, photos, images and any and all of the other data contained on this S.V.A. website is strictly prohibited without the express approval -- in writing -- of the S.V.A.  If granted, as are reasonable and clear requests, the S.V.A. requires that any and all such information, names, quotes, photos, images and the like must be clearly credited to the STONEWALL Veterans' Association with an actual website link.



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S.V.A. Website Statistics

S.V.A. Website Busiest Year  
Busiest Year:  2009 > nearly ten million verified 'visits' in one year! 
This total amount is over one million more 'visits' than the prior year! 

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S.V.A. Website Busiest Months

   Busiest Month:  July 2009 >>> 1,070,308 visits   
2nd Busiest Month:  October 2008 >>> over 989,000 visits!!!!! 
 3rd Busiest Month:   June 2009 >>> over 906,000 visits!!!
4th Busiest Month:  October 2009 >>>  850,642 visits
5th Busiest Month:  September 2008 >>> over 800,000 visits
6th Busiest Month:  June 2007 >>> nearly 800,000 visits 
7th Busiest Month:  November 2009 >>> 783,998 visits

8th Busiest Month:  December 2009 >>> 782,426 visits
 9th Busiest Month:  August 2010 >>> 772,500 visits
10th Busiest Month:  August 2009 >>> 753,285 visits

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     Website Busiest Week

 Monday, June 22, 2009 -to- Sunday, June 28, 2009 (Gay Pride Week)  >>> 335,773+ successful 'visits' in one week! 

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Top 100 Busiest S.V.A. Website Days

Busiest Day:  Wednesday, October 29, 2008 (Gay History Day) -- 71,753 visits!!!
 2nd Busiest Day:  Friday, June 26, 2009 (Gay Pride + Michael Jax) -- 70,040 visits!!
3rd Busiest Day:  Wednesday, June 27th, 2007 (Stonewall Day) -- 66,841 visits!
 4th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, July 7, 2009 (Michael Jackson Memorial) -- 62,487 visits
 
5th Busiest Day:  Thursday, July 2, 2009 (MJJ) -- 61,662 visits
 6th Busiest Day:  Sunday, June 28, 2009 (Stonewall Sunday) -- 59,571 visits
7th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, September 23, 2008 -- 57,356 visits! 
 8th Busiest Day:  Wednesday, July 1, 2009 (MJJ) -- 55,053 visits
 9th Busiest Day:  Monday, June 29, 2009 (Gay Pride) -- 52,409 visits

 10th Busiest Day:  Wednesday, July 9, 2009 (MJJ) -- 52,372 visits

 11th Busiest Day:  Saturday, June 27, 2009 (Gay Pride) -- 52,032 visits
 
12th Busiest Day:  Thursday, June 25, 2009 (Michael Jackson) -- 51,145 visits
13th Busiest Day:  Monday, March 10, 2008 (NY Gov. Eliot Spitzer) -- 49,680 visits
 14th Busiest Day:  Wednesday, March 12, 2008 (Gov. E. Spitzer) -- 48,170 visits
 15th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, March 11, 2008 (NY Gov. E.L.S.) -- 47,813 visits
 16th Busiest Day:  Friday, July 3, 2009 (MJJ) -- 46,751 visits 
 17th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, June 30, 2009 (Gay Pride) -- 43,157 visits
18th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, October 28, 2008 (Susan Lucci on "DWS") -- 42,877 visits
19th Busiest Day:  Tuesday, June 26, 2007 -- 41,837 visits
 
20th Busiest Day:  Sunday, March 14, 2009 -- 40,840 visits

21st Busiest Day:  "Stonewall" Monday, June 28, 2010 (Gay Pride 3-day Weekend) -- 42,761 visits
22nd Busiest Day:  Friday, October 30, 2009 -- 40,497 visits 
23rd Busiest Day:  Thursday, October 30, 2008 -- 39,815 visits 
 24th Busiest Day:  Thursday, July 9, 2009 -- 39,632 visits
      25th Busiest Day:  Friday, October 31, 2008 (Halloween) -- 39,199 visits  

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26th Busiest Day:  Monday, June 22, 2009 (Gay Pride Week) -- 38,140 visits
 27th Busiest Day:  Friday, July 24, 2009 -- 37,846 visits
 
28th busiest day:  Friday, July 24, 2009 -- 37,846 visits

29th busiest day:  Saturday, July 11, 2009 -- 37,606 visits
30th busiest day:  Friday, July 10, 2009 -- 37,562 visits
 

31st Busiest Day:  Sunday, March 21, 2010 -- 37,442 visits
32nd busiest day:  Saturday, October 31, 2009 (Halloween) -- 37,370 visits
33rd busiest day:  Friday, October 17, 2008 (Levi Stubbs of 4 Tops) -- 36,248 visits
34th busiest day:  Monday, July 7, 2009 -- 36,216 visits 
35th busiest day:  Sunday, July 6, 2009 -- 36,159 visits
36th busiest day:  Wednesday, October 1, 2008 -- 35,702 visits
 
 37th busiest day:  Sunday, November 1, 2009 -- 35,634 visits
38th busiest day:  Saturday, February 21, 2009 -- 35,429 visits
 
 39th busiest day:  Monday, September 7, 2009 (Labor Day) -- 35,328 visits
40th busiest day:  Wednesday, June 24, 2009 -- 34,865 visits

41th busiest day:  Thursday, September 18, 2008 -- 34,796 visits
 42nd busiest day:  Friday, August 27, 2010 -- 34,793 visits
43rd busiest day:  Monday, October 27, 2008 -- 34,434 visits

44th busiest day:  Tuesday, August 21, 2007 -- 34,219 visits
45th busiest day:  Sunday, June 27, 2010 (Stonewall + Gay Pride Day) -- 34,100 visits 
46th busiest day:  Friday, October 26, 2007 -- 33,842 visits   
47th busiest day:  Saturday, July 4, 2009 -- 33,721 visits 

48th busiest day:  Saturday, January 29, 2011 -- 33,595 visits
49th busiest day:  Sunday, July 12, 2009 -- 33,504 visits
50th busiest day:  Thursday, March 14, 2008 (NY Gov. ELS) -- 33,321 visits

51st:  Sunday, June 29, 2008 (Stonewall Day) -- 33,014 visits  
52nd:  Wednesday, September 23, 2009 -- 32,900 visits
53rd:  Sunday, August 22, 2010 -- 32,752 visits
54th:  Wednesday, October 22, 2008 -- 32,729 visits 
 55th:  Friday, December 4, 2009 -- 32,687 visits
56th:  Wednesday, September 17, 2008 -- 32,611 visits 
57th:  Saturday, December 26, 2009 -- 32,521 visits
58th:  Wednesday, October 24, 2007 -- 32,516 visits
59th:  Saturday, November 11, 2006 (Veterans' Day) -- 32,497 visits  
 60th:  Monday, July 13, 2009 -- 32,430 visits

61st:  Monday, September 14, 2009 -- 32,312 visits
62nd:  Monday, September 8, 2008 -- 32,276 visits 

63rd:  Monday, August 20, 2007 -- 32,034 visits

 newest entry>>  64th:  Wednesday, May 28, 2014 -- 31,897 visits

65th:  Monday, October 20, 2008 -- 31,858 visit
66th:  Thursday, October 25, 2007 -- 31,850 visits
67th:  Tuesday, January 18, 2011 -- 31,602 visits
68th:  Sunday, June 24, 2007 (Stonewall Sunday) -- 31,444 visits 
69th:  Thursday, December 25, 2008 (Christmas) -- 31,404 visits
70th:  Sunday, July 18, 2010 -- 31,359 visits

71st:  Friday, November 10, 2006 -- over 31,300 visits 
72nd:  Monday, February 16, 2009 (U.S. Presidents' Day) -- 31,293 visits  
73rd::  Wednesday, October 8, 2008 -- 31,282 visits
 
74th:  Friday, November 6, 2009 -- 31,187 visits

75th:  Sunday, November 14, 2010 -- 31,169 visits

76th:  Saturday, June 28, 2008 (Gay Pride Weekend) -- 31,008 visits
77th:  Thursday, October 23, 2008 -- 30,948 visits
78th:  Saturday, February 26, 2011 -- 30,936 visits

79th:  Tuesday, October 14, 2008 -- 30,891 visits
80th:  Monday, March 15, 2009 -- 30,861 visits

81st:  Wednesday, July 22, 2009 -- 30,822 visits
82nd:  Tuesday, October 21, 2008 -- 30,821 visits 
83rd:  Monday, July 20, 2009 -- 30,752 visits   
84th:  Thursday, November 5, 2009 -- 30,727 visits    
85th:  Tuesday, September 8, 2009 -- 30,560 visits
86th:  Monday, November 2, 2009 -- 30,545 visits  
87th:  Wednesday, November 18, 2009 -- 30,508 visits
88th:  Thursday, October 9, 2008 -- 30,456 visits 
89th:  Wednesday, July 15, 2009 -- 30,443 visits
90th:  Tuesday, January 16, 2007 -- 30,433 visits 

91st:  Sunday, September 6, 2009 -- 30,419 visits
92nd:  Monday, February 2, 2009 -- 30,365 visits
93rd:  Wednesday, September 24, 2008 -- 30,285 visits 
94th:  Sunday, June 21, 2009 -- 30,344 visits
95th:  Tuesday, April 29, 2008 -- 30,267 visits
96th:  Friday, February 25, 2011 (Diana Ross on "Oprah") -- 30,222 visits
97th:  Tuesday, October 23, 2007 -- 30,147 visits
98th:  Monday, October 13, 2008 -- 30,117 visits  
99th:  Thursday, October 16, 2008 -- 30,107 visits  
100th:  Friday, March 12, 2009 -- 30,044 visits  

 
            

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       =NEWEST= S.V.A. Website Busiest Month Requests for Pages:          
  July 2009 -- nearly 100,000 requests for printed pages in one month!     

   

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 S.V.A. stats for busiest  million+ visits Month - July 2009

 www.STONEWALLvets.org/stats/2009_07.html


                                                                                              

 
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2011 Statistics:  6,194,161 Visits

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 2012 Statistics:  5,055,758 Visits

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2013 SVA Website Statistics

January (gray):  413,360 verified visits 

February (red):  264,730 verified visits 

March (green):  320,545 verified visits 

April (yellow):  322,441 verified visits 

May (pink):  333,719 verified visits

June (lavender):  346,132 verified visits 


July (blue)
:  324,135 verified visits 
   
August (light blue):  311,108 
verified visits

September (teal blue):  335,335 verified visits

October (orange)
:  331,065 verified visits 

November (brown):  349,329 verified visits 

December (dark green):  337,050 verified visits 

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2013 Statistics:  over 4 million verified website visits!

*

2014

January (grey for Winter):  335,278+ verified visits

February (red for Valentine's):  326,227+ verified visits 


March (green for St. Patrick's Day):  343,138+ verified visits

April (yellow for Easter):  313,686+ verified visits 

 May (pink for Mother's Day):  371,054+ verified visits

June (lavender for Gay Pride Month):   396,203+ verified visits*

July
(dark blue for Summer):  364,000+ visits (as of 27 July 2014)
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* = busiest month of the year

+ = there are thousands of visits not counted from other search engines, e.g., Ask, Yahoo, AOL and Webcrawler

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Summer
of 2014

 STONEWALL Rebellion Veterans' Association

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"Stonewall 25" *
 SW-Vetz @ SW-Website 
   Popularity based on weekly webfile visits.
 
  Some SVA-ers have 3 or 4 URLs (.org/.com/.net/.us).
Statistics updated -- Week ending:  27 July 2014
 

1.  Williamson L. Henderson (S.V.A. Founder & Director)
2.  Storme DeLarverie (past SVA Ambassador) {deceased 2014}
  3.  Queen Allyson Allante (S.V.A. Spokesperson)
4.  Terri J. Van Dyke (past SVA Treasurer) {deceased}
5.  Jeremiah J. Newton (former SVA President and past NYU Liaison)
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6.  Cristina N. Hayworth (former SVA Ambassadress)
7.  Dave West (past SVA Public Relationist) {deceased}
8.  Emile A. Griffith (former Middlewight Boxing Champ + past SVA V.P.) {deceased}
9.  Sonia Jane Attkiss (original SVA Secretary) {deceased}
10.  Electra J. O'Mara (past SVA Corresponding Secretary) {deceased}
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11.  Leigh P. McManus (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
12.  David V. Bermudez (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
13.  Jackie W. Barrett (S.V.A. Ambassadress) {deceased 2014}
14.  Bert Coffman (former S.V.A. First Vice-President and Treasurer)
15.  David J. Foxworth (past SVA Social Chairperson) {deceased}
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16.  Aubrey L. Lees (former SVA President)
17.  Ray J. McCaffrey (former SVA Financial Secretary)
18.  Bill M. Salzman (past SVA Acting Director)
19.  Rev. Magora E. Kennedy (S.V.A. Chaplain)
20.  Ruthybird M. Campbell (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
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21.  Keith D. Lonesome (former SVA 2nd Vice-President)
22.  Rose J. Giordano (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
23.  Carl J. Keller, Jr. (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
24.  Bettye Carol Bristol (S.V.A. Executive Committee)
25.  Thomas Robert Stevens (past SVA General Secretary)
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