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  1. Synopsis. Operating from his camera store in San Francisco's Castro district, charismatic Harvey Milk is defeated three times before being elected to the city's Board of Supervisors, making him California's first openly gay public official.
  2. The times of Harvey Milk. This documentary examines the political life of the self-proclaimed "Mayor Of Castro Street," N.Y. stockbroker turned San Francisco activist Harvey Milk, the first openly gay politician elected to public office in California. Milk was elected to a City Supervisor position in the '70s.
  3. WFMU Playlist and Archive NYC anti-folk hero and genius comic-artist Jeffrey Lewis pays another visit to Liz's show. Last time we touched base with Jeffrey, he had just released an album full of folkified Crass covers ("12 Crass Songs"), and now he's touring in support of a new record, " 'Em Are I" (Rough Trade) with his band The Junkyard.
  4. A bill designating Milk’s birthday, May 22, as an annual “Harvey Milk Day” was introduced by Senator Mark Leno and championed by Harvey’s nephew, Stuart Milk and Equality California – the non-fiscal Milk holiday was passed by the California State Legislature in and signed into law by then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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  7. Nov 27,  · In these news reports, NBC News covers the assassination of openly gay San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, along with San Francisco Mayor George Moscone. Nov. .
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