San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday in favor of a resolution to name a Navy ship in honor of murdered San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, considered the nation’s first openly gay major public office holder.
The San Diego City Council has voted unanimously to rename a street after gay civil rights hero Harvey Milk. Milk was assassinated less than a year after he took public office in San Francisco on the Board of Supervisors.
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.”
Police are investigating the whereabouts of a missing bronze plaque honoring slain gay San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk.
A new play about the battle over same-sex marriage in California by the Oscar-winning screenwriter of “Milk” is slated for a one-night-only reading on Broadway…
A bill that would require California’s public schools to include the history of gay rights in their curricula won final legislative approval on Tuesday.
Oakland officials broke ground today on a large sculpture that will feature 25 humanitarians. The project was ten years in the making.
During the 1970s, calls came in almost daily to late gay rights activist Harvey Milk’s Castro Camera store in San Francisco from youth struggling to come to terms with their sexuality.
The nation’s largest gay rights group announced Tuesday that it plans to share the San Francisco storefront where Harvey Milk waged his historic political campaign with a nonprofit that provides suicide prevention services for gay youth.
The Annual Milk-Moscone Memorial March was held Saturday night in San Francisco’s Castro District.