1. Harvey Milk had died, and with him a great deal of the Castro's optimism, idealism, and ambition seemed to die as well.
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4. Harvey Milk invited the press to Duboce Park to explain why it was necessary, and while cameras were rolling, stepped in the offending substance, seemingly by mistake.
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5. Harvey Milk likened himself to pioneering African American baseball player Jackie Robinson and walked to City Hall arm in arm with Jack Lira, stating "You can stand around and throw bricks at Silly Hall or you can take it over.
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12. Harvey Milk complained that the prevailing gay political establishment, particularly the Alice B Toklas Memorial Democratic Club, were shutting him out; he referred to Jim Foster and Stokes as gay "Uncle Toms".
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24. Harvey Milk moved from New York City to live in San Francisco in 1972.
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25. Harvey Milk entered the political arena for the first time in 1973 after being angered by the Watergate scandal.
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27. San Francisco city politician Harvey Milk helped open the door for gays and lesbians in the United States by championing civil rights for homosexuals.
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28. Harvey Milk was originally greenlit in 1991 with Oliver Stone as an executive producer.
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32. Harvey Milk co-founded the Castro Village Association to unite gay business owners, and launched the inaugural Castro Street Fair in 1974.
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33. Harvey Milk moved back to San Francisco for good in late 1972, and within a few months he opened a camera shop on Castro Street, the heart of the gay community.
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34. Harvey Milk went on to attend Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island, and served as a diving instructor and chief petty officer aboard USS.
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35. Harvey Milk enrolled at the New York State College for Teachers at Albany, where he joined the Jewish fraternity Kappa Beta and became sports editor of the school paper.
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40. Harvey Milk entered the political arena for the first time in 1973 after being angered by the Watergate scandal.
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42. San Francisco city politician Harvey Milk helped open the door for gays and lesbians in the United States by championing civil rights for homosexuals.
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47. Harvey Milk lived in a time of division and animosity, not unlike what the United States is experiencing today.
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63. In one controversy early in his term, Harvey Milk agreed with fellow Supervisor Dan White, whose district was located two miles south of the Castro, that a mental health facility for troubled adolescents should not be placed there.
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64. Harvey Milk quickly qualified as the leading candidate in District 5, surrounding Castro Street.
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65. Harvey Milk spent five weeks on the Board of Permit Appeals before Moscone was forced to fire him when he announced he would run for the California State Assembly.
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67. Harvey Milk organized the Castro Street Fair in 1974 to attract more customers to the area.
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69. Harvey Milk had drifted through life up to this point, but he found his vocation, according to journalist Frances FitzGerald, who called him a "born politician".
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71. In March 1973, after a roll of film Harvey Milk left at a local shop was ruined, he and Smith opened a camera store on Castro Street with their last $1,000.
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73. Harvey Milk drifted from California to Texas to New York, without a steady job or plan.
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76. In 2002, Harvey Milk was called "the most famous and most significantly open LGBT official ever elected in the United States".
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78. In 1972, Harvey Milk moved from New York City to the Castro District of San Francisco amid a migration of gay and bisexual men.
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