The stamp with Milk’s laughing face, name and a small strip of the rainbow flag, first became available this morning at post offices throughout San Francisco and nationwide.
Mayor Ed Lee and State Senator Mark Leno were among the leaders gathered on the steps of San Francisco City Hall Wednesday to mark 35 years since the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk.
A broad coalition of community groups and the Harvey Milk Foundation are honoring the 35th anniversary of slain San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone in back-to-back vigil and marches starting Wednesday afternoon.
The late San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk was being remembered in a series of events Wednesday, on what would have been his 83rd birthday.
The charter amendment sponsored by Supervisor David Campos would put the question of creating Harvey Milk-San Francisco International Airport on San Francisco’s November ballot.
San Francisco lawmakers are considering whether to ask voters to rename the city’s airport after one of their own: slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk.
To mark 34 years since the assassination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, city officials and the families and supporters of the slain leaders held a vigil and led a walk from City Hall to the Castro District Tuesday evening.
After years of struggling with his father’s legacy, the son of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone has given voice to his memories of events that shook the Bay Area through a play, “Ghost Light.”
The Annual Milk-Moscone Memorial March was held Saturday night in San Francisco’s Castro District.