Today we remember Rosa Parks’ bold stand and her role in ending racism. pic.twitter.com/uxIj1QmtkU — RNC (@GOP) December 1, 2013 What? No love for Harvey Milk for ending homophobia? [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Activists march from the Castro to City Hall. Luke Thomas Hundreds of activists and progressive San Franciscans marked the 35 th anniversary of the Mayor George Moscone and Sup. Harvey Milk assassinations on Wednesday night in the Castro...Show More Summary
On the 35th anniversary of Harvey Milk's death, The Advocate reprints its report of the days and events that followed. read more
A candlelight vigil is being held tomorrow night in San Francisco to mark the 35th anniversary of Harvey Milk and George Moscone's assassination at City Hall. Write the organizers on Facebook: Harvey and George were the brightest beacons of hope...
Thirty-five years ago this week, our country lost a man who symbolized the breakdown of barriers for LGBT elected officials everywhere. Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to major public office in California, had held his office for less than a year before he was assassinated. Show More Summary
Jonathan Moscone, whose father, Mayor George Moscone, was slain with Harvey Milk, married Darryl Carbonaro Friday in the mayor’s balcony of San Francisco’s City Hall. read more
Thirty-five years after Dan White gunned down San Francisco Mayor George Moscone alongside openly gay City Supervisor Harvey Milk, Moscone’s son, Jonathan Moscone, married Darryl Carbonaro in San Francisco, reports New York Times. The couple were married in City Hall November 8 by Willie L. Brown Jr., the former mayor of San Francisco. “I proposed at the bar […]
The Harvey Milk Photography Center in San Francisco solicited photos from all different types of parents, caretakers, and friends to create a one-of-a-kind show. read more
Jonathan Moscone (left), the son of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated in 1978 with SF Supervisor Harvey Milk, married his partner on the mayor's balcony of SF City Hall on Friday, the NYT reports: Mr. Moscone (left),...
UCLA's UNIVERSITY CATHOLIC CENTER: It gets better. I WANT TO RECRUIT YOU: Vlogger John Bird reflects on Harvey Milk's famous quote. EARLY TRICK OR TREATING: Who's in the spirit? I'll BE THERE FOR YOU: Ben Cohen does the quickstep. For...
SaveCalifornia is protesting the U.S. Postal Service's decision to feature LGBT activist Harvey Milk on a special commemorative stamp next year. The pro-family group is calling for the boycott of the stamp, calling Milk a "sexual predator," based on his biography.
The United States Postal Service has announced that it will introduce a stamp commemorating LGBT rights pioneer and one of the first openly gay elected officials in the U.S., Harvey Milk. He will become the first openly LGBT elected official to be featured on U.S. postage. “This is an incredible honor for the lesbian, […]
June Thomas reports on the Slate website that the Harvey Milk Foundation and the U.S. Postal Service have confirmed that San Francisco politician Harvey Milk,who was openly gay, will be featured on a new postage stamp next year. Thomas says, "Most reports observe that Milk will be the 'first openly LGBT official ever featured on a U.S. Show More Summary
To coincide with National Coming Out Day the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus released a teaser for their original cast recording CD of I Am Harvey Milk by Andrew Lippa (The Addams Family, Big Fish). Performed this past June at...
[October is LGBT History Month and to celebrate, Queerty’s gaying up each day with our 31 Days of Queerstory.] If you need yet another reminder that Harvey Milk’s legacy endures, the United States Postal Service announced yesterday that it will issue a postage stamp with the image of the late LGBT civil rights leader. It will be the [...]
More than three decades after his assassination, gay San Francisco city supervisor Harvey Milk is still making history. The U.S. Postal Service will feature Milk on a special commemorative 2014 stamp, the Harvey Milk Foundation announced on its Facebook page today. Show More Summary
The historic gay political icon is the first openly LGBT elected official to be featured on U.S. postage. read more
Earlier this year we reported on speculation that the United States Postal Service (USPS) might be getting ready to release a Harvey Milk stamp. A campaign advocating for a stamp in Milk's honor began back in 2009 and today the...
From the Facebook page of the Harvey Milk Foundation: Breaking! It is official! The USPS will confirm this week that my uncle, Harvey Milk will be commemorated on a 2014 US postage stamp. Another first! My deep gratitude to everyoneShow More Summary
Male on mail: Postal Service to honor Harvey Milk with stamp [Gay politics] Those who know Harvey's legacy are obviously thrilled. Those who know Harvey only from the movie Milk are asking, "what's a stamp?"