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During #LGBTQHistoryMonth , @HRC  honors the leadership, legacy, vision, sacrifice and lasting legacy of LGBTQ civil rights icon Harvey Milk. His visibility paved the way for the historic representation of LGBTQ people in politics nationwide.

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Some #NationalReadABookDay  suggestions from @HRC : 🐧"And Tango Makes Three" by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell 🌟”The Stars Beneath Our Feet” by David Barclay Moore 🏳️‍🌈“Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag” by Rob Sanders

#BackToSchool additions for classroom libraries: 🐧"And Tango Makes Three" by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell 🌟”The Stars Beneath Our Feet” by David Barclay Moore 🏳️‍🌈“Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag” by Rob Sanders

Police say at approximately 1:40 p.m., officers responded to an injured person at SW Harvey Milk Street and SW Naito Parkway. The person was transported to a hospital. Latest protest updates:

The sisters of perpetual indulgence handed out fliers in San Francisco's Castro district Thursday night, letting people know a queer Russian activist was murdered. Then they gathered at Harvey Milk Plaza in her honor and for safety everywhere.

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PH bakeshop Goldilocks to open at San Francisco's Harvey Milk airport terminal

PH bakeshop Goldilocks to open at San Francisco's Harvey Milk airport terminal

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His last campaign manager, Anne Kronenberg, said of Harvey Milk: "He imagined a righteous world inside his head and then he set about to create it for real, for all of us." No better legacy. #HarveyMilkDay 

California’s first openly LGBTQ+ elected official, Harvey Milk, illuminated courage and tenacity. His memory serves as an inspiration to us all to speak up for everyone’s civil rights — even when it’s difficult. Until all of us are equal, none of us are equal. #HarveyMilkDay 

I served with Harvey Milk on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors until his assassination in 1977. His relentless pursuit of equality for all continues to inspire us today. On what would’ve been his 89th birthday, let’s celebrate what he stood for. #HarveyMilkDay 

Forty years ago today, Harvey Milk — California's first openly gay elected official — was assassinated in his office. Now-Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a colleague of Milk at the time, found his body. "That changed the world," she says.

I will not rest until the Oscars are hosted by the cast of Love Simon, the ghost of Harvey Milk and the entire executive board of Planned Parenthood.

In 1977, Harvey Milk’s election marked a moment of hope and progress not only for San Francisco, but the entire nation. It’s truly a testament to his legacy that he is so warmly remembered 40 years after his assassination. Today, we celebrate what Harvey stood for.

Mom donates over 1,000 ounces of breast milk to Hurricane Harvey victims

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Today on the 40th anniversary of Harvey Milk’s historic election as California’s first openly gay official, we must remember his words, “Hope will never be silent.”

“All men are created equal. No matter how hard they try, they can never erase those words. That is what America is about.”—Harvey Milk

38 years ago, Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected in USA, was assassinated. his unapologetic pride & bravery should guide us. 🏳️‍🌈

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