01. Codeine - “D” 02. Björk - "Bachelorette" 03. Hüsker Dü - "Hardly Getting Over It" 04. Big Star - "Kangaroo" 05. Beck - "It's All In Your Mind" 06. Harvey Milk - “My Broken Heart Will Never Mend” 07. Have a Nice Life - “I Don't Love” 08. Low - "Lust" 09. Red House Painters - "I Am a Rock" 10. Swans - "No Cure for the Lonely"
Requested by Lonely and Sad • Compiled by Sad and Lonely 01. Codeine - “D” 02. Björk - “Bachelorette” 03. Hüsker Dü - “Hardly Getting Over It” 04. Big Star - “Kangaroo” 05. Beck - “It’s All In Your Mind” 06. Harvey Milk - “My Broken Heart Will Never Mend” 07. Show More Summary
In a certain way, Levi’s has been honoring the idea of heritage all summer long. Back in May, the ultra-Americana brand released a Pride collection created in partnership with the Harvey Milk Foundation to celebrate and benefit the LGBTQ community. This was shortly followed by a Levi’s Skateboarding collection that culled inspiration from the Army, […]
A new ship, U.S.N.S. Harvey Milk, will be completed, christened and launched in 2021, and will be the first that honors a leader of the gay community.
The USNS Harvey Milk is the first navy ship to be named after a member of the LGBT communityand, like the brave advocate it is named after, it will take its message of equality everywhere.
The United States Navy has chosen LGBT rights activist and former San Francisco Supervisor, Harvey Milk, for a ship’s name in his honor in its new fleet of replenishment oil tanker. The post Harvey Milk Sailing the High Seas appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Sean Penn already in talks to play ship Judging from what friends and colleagues say about him, if you;d told LGBT activist and San Francisco politician Harvey Milk that he would still make headlines nearly 40 years after his (unfortunate)...Show More Summary
Announced last month, the USNS Harvey Milk was honored with a ceremony and press conference at the former Navy base of Treasure Island. [ more › ]
Today, at a ceremony in San Francisco, the U.S. Navy made history by naming a new Military Sealift Command ship after Harvey Milk, the former Navy diver and pioneer in the LGBTQ civil rights movement who was assassinated in 1978. InShow More Summary
TweetVia San Francisco FYI net: “USNS Harvey Milk Naming Ceremony by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus When: August 16, 2016 – Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Where: Treasure Island Great Lawn, San Francisco What: Join the Secretary of the Navy, the Harvey Milk Foundation, Federal Elected Officials and Harvey’s family and friends for an historic ship […]
You knew this was coming, right? Harvey Milk, Wallace Fellow Travelers, Spears Patience and Sarah, Kimper Lulu, Berg Death in Venice, Britten Der Rosenkavalier, Strauss As One, Kamisky (because we are counting LGBTQI in all its expressions) Don Carlo(s), Verdi Norma, Bellini (Face it - the best relationship in the opera is between Norma and Adalgisa. Show More Summary
The gay icon and legendary San Francisco politician is about to have a Navy ship named after him, if reports are to be believed. The post ‘USS Harvey Milk’: US Navy Will Name Ship After Gay Rights Icon appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The American Family Association (AFA) is going after the U.S. Navy for announcing they would name a ship after gay rights icon, Harvey Milk. The Navy announced last week it would a name one of its oiler John Lewis class oiler ships for the civil righ… Read The post The AFA Goes After U.S. Navy Over Harvey Milk Ship appeared first on Towleroad.
Also, secondhand pot smoke is really bad for you, and Ed Lee supporters are starting to gather money to fight a recall. [ more › ]
Last week we reported that the U.S. Navy is naming a new oil tanker after slain LGBT rights leader Harvey Milk. But the news hasn’t been met with universal support. Not surprisingly, the Family Research Council has attacked the decision by Navy Secretary Ray Mabius to honor Milk, who served in the Navy during the... Read more »
The U.S. Navy’s plans to name a new oil tanker after Harvey Milk isn’t sitting too well with the Family Research Council (FRC). FRC President Tony Perkins blasted the decision to honor the pioneering LGBT rights activist in a lengthy blog post. Show More Summary
Five years after the removal of the U.S. military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and allowance of openly gay, lesbian and bisexual service members, the Navy plans to name a ship after veteran and gay-rights activist Harvey Milk. For his friends, activists and San Francisco legislators, it’s been a long-awaited move. Read more...
A Military Sealift Command ship soon will bear the name of Harvey Milk, a former Navy diver and the first openly gay politician to be elected to office in California. Milk won a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977 and was assassinated a year later along with city Mayor George Moscone. Show More Summary
In 1978, when gay rights activist Harvey Milk was assassinated, homosexuality was considered reason enough to discharge people from the military, or to prevent them from enlisting in the first place. In 2016, the U.S. Navy purportedly seeks to name a ship after Milk. From NPR: The news came in a report published by the U.S. Show More Summary
A new fleet of replenishment oilers being built in San Diego will be named for Milk and five other civil and human rights icons.