Brad Joseph Chapin

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Brad Joseph Chapin manages Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club, The San Francisco Queer Resistance and Castro LGBTQ Cultural District

Close to Harry Britt.


  • Studies at UC Berkeley
  • Studied Clinical psychology at UMass Boston
  • Studied Clinical psychology at University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Standing for AD 17

In 2019 Brad Joseph Chapin stood from AD 17 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

Executive Board: Outreach, Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club. I’m running to be a delegate in order to honor those who came before me. From my uncle who died living with HIV, to my chosen queer family who taught me the meaning of unconditional acceptance.
I’m privileged to live with my mentor, Harry Britt, who served San Francisco after the tragic assassination of Harvey Milk and, later, as an advocate against the inaction of a federal government toward our families dying of HIV & AIDS. I’m proud to serve on the board of the political organization that Harvey, Harry, & others built in order to continue to build coalitions fighting for social, economic, sexual, and racial justice.
Throughout my career, I’ve focused on the impact of oppression on mental health. I pursued graduate education at the Clinical Psychology PhD Program at University of Massachusetts Boston. In this work, I’ve been privileged to meet President Obama and Vice President Biden after submitting policy ideas promoting better mental health treatment for queer folks living with mental illness.

PLAN: I will fight for a party that responds to the needs of people above corporations, worker’s rights, Medicare-for-all, the acquisition & development of affordable housing, a Green New Deal, & police reform. Housing, healthcare, & a healthy climate must be human rights.[1]

San Francisco Queer Resistance

Brad Joseph Chapin April 6, 2018.


The San Francisco Queer Resistance march against fascists in San Francisco late 2017. Proud to be part of a bunch of queers against fascism. — with Gabriel Haaland, Lavie Kąkol, Brandon Anthony, Tommi Avicolli Mecca and Brandon Harami.

Arizona DSA Facebook group

Members of the Democratic Socialists of America - Arizona, Closed Facebook Group, as of April 1, 2017 included Brad Joseph Chapin.[2]

Hawaii Democratic Socialists closed Facebook group

Hawaii Democratic Socialists closed Facebook group, as of July, 2017 included Brad Joseph Chapin .[3]

DSA Facebook group

Members of the California Democratic Socialists of America, statewide Facebook group, as of March 16, 2017 included Brad Joseph Chapin.[4]