Levi’s partners with the Harvey Milk Foundation for its Pride 2016 Collection. The lineup represents Levi’s third Pride collection which honors the legacy of Harvey Milk. A member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977, Milk was one of the first openly gay elected officials in the United States. Show More Summary
Matt Harvey should know better. You can’t milk baseball stardom, declare yourself a celebrity and then hide from tough times.
Today in capitalism, I’m feeling meh about the commodification of queer identity. Most recent object of analysis: This Mic article about Levi’s 2016 Pride Line. The line, which does at least give a portion of profits to Harvey Milk Foundation, goes for queer dude denim looks and comes accessorized with colored bandanas a la queer and […]
Levi’s has launched its third Pride collection and the first for 2016 in partnership with the Harvey Milk Foundation. A long-standing ally to the LGBTQ community, the Levi’s brand is commemorating the election and legacy of Harvey Milk through a range of gender-neutral product. The collection features a series of distinct design details including a […]
Today is Harvey Milk Day. We must not forget his contribution to not just LGBT people but for all those who believe in human rights. The post It is Harvey Milk Day — Honoring the Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.
On what would have been Harvey Milk's 86th birthday, his former colleague and close friend shares his thoughts on the man and his legacy.
Today, HRC honors the lift and legacy of LGBT hero and leader Harvey Milk who would have been 86-years-old today. In 1977, Milk made history when he was elected to serve as a San Francisco City Supervisor and became one of the first openly LGBT elected officials in the country. Show More Summary
Happy Birthday, Harvey — which also means happy Harvey Milk Day! The civil rights hero would have been 86 this year, and though he helped fan the flames of the fight for civil rights, he couldn’t possibly have imagined how much progress we would have made by now. It’s been an incredible year for LGBTQ rights, [...]
Levi's has paired with the Harvey Milk Foundation to create a gender-neutral clothing line for 2016 Pride.
The 1970s are making a comeback. Levi’s just announced its new its limited edition Pride Collection for 2016, which is being produced in partnership with the Harvey Milk Foundation. The collection includes Harvey Milk t-shirts, tanks and ringer Ts, plus Pride-themed jorts (jean shorts) and trucker jackets. But our favorite part of the collection are the colored paisley [...]
Find out how the capital of one of the reddest states in the nation made history by publicly honoring a gay rights legend — all in the shadow of the antigay Mormon Church.
DEM PRIMARY. Nevada Democratic Convention ends early because hotel security could not longer handle the event: “‘At approximately 10:00 p.m. on Saturday night, the director of security for the Paris Las Vegas Hotel informed the state...Show More Summary
A beer company hates HB2, Her Story's crew just got mad props, Obama's continuing to rock it, Canada's doing right by trans people, Zimbabwe's opposition leader says he'd stop LGBT persecution, and more good gay news! The post Sunday Funday is Drinking a Trans-Friendly Brew on Harvey Milk Boulevard appeared first on Autostraddle.
Salt Lake City mayor Jackie Biskupski honored gay activist Harvey Milk on Friday by putting up a street sign with his name downtown.
“I am where I am because of people like Harvey,” says the out mayor, after installing the street sign on Friday.
Here in the capital of Mormon country a downtown street is being renamed for Harvey Milk, the San Francisco politician and gay activist gunned down in 1978. The street naming comes as battles over gay rights have reached a fever pitch: North Carolina is defying the federal government over transgender...
In a story April 21 about a street named for gay leader Harvey Milk, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Milk was the first openly gay person elected to public office in the U.S. He was one of the first.
Salt Lake City council has voted unanimously to rename 900 South as Harvey Milk Boulevard. Assassinated in 1978, Harvey Milk was one of the first openly gay elected officials in America. The vote followed an hour of public discussion during which sup… Read The post Salt Lake City Votes Unanimously to Rename Street for Harvey Milk appeared first on Towleroad.
The Salt Lake City council voted unanimously Tuesday night in favor of incorporating LGBT history in the city's framework by renaming a street after gay rights icon Harvey Milk.
The Salt Lake City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to name a street after pioneering gay leader Harvey Milk, the latest display of its position as a blue island in a sea of deep-red, where the prevailing Mormon faith still has a fraught relationship with the LGBT community.