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The Life & Legacy of Harvey Milk

Join us for an exclusive event with Stuart Milk, an international human rights activist, LGBT rights speaker, and Board President of the all volunteer Harvey Milk Foundation.

Together with Stuart Milk, we will be screening and discussing episodes from the iconic film “Milk”, an American biographical film based on the life of Stuart Milk’s uncle, Harvey Milk, a gay rights activist and politician who was the first openly gay person to elected to public office in California.

As the nephew of Harvey Milk, the legendary civil rights leader, Stuart has taken his uncle's message of authenticity, example of courage and the power of collaboration onto the global stage supporting local, regional and national human rights struggles and emerging LGBT communities on five continents.
Stuart successfully led campaigns for the establishment of the now annual Harvey Milk Day holiday in California and Milks’ induction into the California Hall of Fame. On behalf of his uncle, he accepted the highest civilian honor in the US, the Medal of Freedom, from President Barack Obama. Stuart continues to lead efforts to share Harvey Milk’s legacy taught in public schools, and memorialized on buildings, LGBT Centers, monuments and parks. He is a regular television commentator on LGBT rights and the broader global human rights struggle for NBC Universal affiliates MSNBC, being seen frequently on national US broadcast and cable TV as well as on international broadcasts by the BBC, SKY and VTV in Asia. Milk is also a contributor to the Huffington Post.

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