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#HarveyMilk did not win his bid for the 1973 election or the 1975 election, but as they say, third time's the charm. He won the 1977 elections to become the first openly gay elected official in California. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on January 15, 2020.
#HarveyMilk was a visionary human rights leader, a groundbreaking political luminary, and a seminal figure of the #LGBTQ rights movement. Did you know Harvey Milk ran for the San Francisco City and County Board of Supervisors twice before he won? #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on January 15, 2020.
#Onthisday in 2019, the first flight landed at SFO’s new Harvey Milk Terminal 1. Nine gates opened with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue flights arriving and departing from the new terminal. #SFOHistory #HarveyMilkTerminal1 #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on July 23, 2021.
As an openly gay politician and civil rights leader, Harvey Milk regularly received death threats. Tragically, on November 27, 1978, former supervisor, Dan White, entered through the basement of City Hall and assassinated Mayor Moscone and Supervisor Milk. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on March 04, 2022.
Castro Camera served as Milk’s headquarters for his political campaigns. A plaque has been installed on the sidewalk in front of the shop dedicated to Harvey Milk and his legacy. Have you ever visited the location of Castro Camera? #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition #SFHistory This tweet was posted on August 01, 2022.
Congratulations to the many, many team members of @flySFO, @SFOMuseum, and @SFAC on a beautiful new terminal! #HarveyMilkTerminal1 #HarveyMilkExhibition https://t.co/18PjCLQkcn This tweet was posted on July 18, 2019.
Harvey Bernard Milk (1930–78) was a visionary human rights leader, a groundbreaking political luminary, and a seminal figure of the LGBTQ rights movement. See “#HarveyMilk: Messenger of Hope” on display post-security in Terminal 1. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on December 13, 2019.
Harvey Bernard Milk (1930–78) was a visionary human rights leader, a groundbreaking political luminary, and a seminal figure of the LGBTQ rights movement. See “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” on display post-security in Terminal 1. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on October 11, 2022.
Harvey Milk opened Castro Camera in 1972 with his romantic partner Scott Smith shortly after moving to San Francisco. The shop soon became a de facto welcome center for new arrivals and an important gathering place for the local gay community. #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on August 01, 2022.
Harvey Milk was a human rights leader, a groundbreaking political luminary, and a seminal figure of the LGBTQ rights movement. "#HarveyMilk: Messenger of Hope," will be on view, post-security, in the Harvey Milk Terminal 1 until 2021. https://t.co/eGYmHG2jQP #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on August 08, 2019.
In a rally against Proposition 6, Harvey Milk is joined by his friends and political allies, including co-organizer of the “No on 6” campaign, teacher Tom Ammiano (b. 1941), holding the “Gay Teachers & School Workers” sign. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on February 06, 2020.
In the late 1970s, Harvey Milk was part of a coalition that successfully led the efforts to defeat California ballot measure Proposition 6, an initiative to prohibit openly gay men and women from working in California’s public schools. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on February 06, 2020.
On the evening of the assassination, tens of thousands of shocked and grief-stricken citizens spontaneously gathered in the Castro neighborhood and marched in a silent candlelight vigil down Market Street to congregate at City Hall. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on March 04, 2022.
Our two-part exhibition, located both pre- and post-security in Harvey Milk Terminal 1, “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” features photographs, letters, and campaign materials celebrating Harvey Milk’s life. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilk #LGBT #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on September 21, 2021.
Proposition 6’s defeat at the ballot box in November 1978 was aided by public opposition from prominent politicians such as Mayor Moscone, California Governor Jerry Brown, former California Governor Ronald Reagan, and then-President Jimmy Carter. #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on February 06, 2020.
See “#HarveyMilk: Messenger of Hope” on display, post-security, in Terminal 1. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on February 06, 2020.
See “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” and read the full exhibition catalog online at: https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition #MuseumFromHome This tweet was posted on January 04, 2021.
See “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” on display, both pre- and post-security, in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 and online at: https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition #LGBTQ #LGBTQrights #SFHistory #pride This tweet was posted on June 22, 2022.
See “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” on display, both pre- and post-security, in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 and online at: https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition #LGBTQ #LGBTQrights #SFHistory This tweet was posted on August 01, 2022.
See “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” on display, post-security, in Terminal 1. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition #HarveyMilk This tweet was posted on January 15, 2020.
The first airport terminal in the world named for an LGBTQ leader, Harvey Milk Terminal 1 features our exhibition “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope.” #SFOHistory #HarveyMilkTerminal1 #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on July 23, 2021.
This image, taken by Milk, was used in the shop to demonstrate different surface qualities of photographic paper available to his customers. #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on August 01, 2022.
Today, in the former location of Castro Camera at 575 Castro Street, a mural of Harvey Milk stands in the window of the apartment he and Scott shared above the store front. #HarveyMilk #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on August 01, 2022.
With images, correspondence, and campaign materials on display, our exhibition provides a glimpse into Milk’s life, including his activism and ascendance as a political leader in San Francisco. #SFOHistory #HarveyMilkTerminal1 #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on July 23, 2021.
“And after all, that's what this is all about. It's not about personal gain, not about ego, not about power — it's about giving those young people out there in the Altoona, Pennsylvanias, hope. You gotta give them hope.“ Harvey Milk (1930–78) #HarveyMilkExhibition #MuseumFromHome This tweet was posted on January 04, 2021.
“HARVEY MILK LIVES” proclaimed graffiti spray painted on Castro Street after Milk’s assassination. This photo, taken by Daniel Nicoletta the day after the White Night Riots on May 21, 1979, was a prescient forecast of Milk’s enduring legacy #HarveyMilk #LGBT #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on September 21, 2021.
“Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope” is on display pre-security in the Harvey Milk Terminal 1. https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #SFOHistory #HarveyMilkTerminal1 #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on July 23, 2021.
“I ask for the movement to continue, for the movement to grow … it's about giving those young people out there in the Altoona, Pennsylvanias, hope. You gotta give them hope. “ - #HarveyMilk (1930–78) 📸: Daniel Nicoletta #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on December 13, 2019.
“I ask for the movement to continue, for the movement to grow … it's about giving those young people out there in the Altoona, Pennsylvanias, hope. You gotta give them hope.” - Harvey Milk (1930–78) #HarveyMilkExhibition #NationalComingOutDay This tweet was posted on October 11, 2022.
“I ask for the movement to continue, for the movement to grow, because last week I got a phone call from Altoona, Pennsylvania, and my election gave somebody else, one more person, hope...“ #HarveyMilkExhibition #MuseumFromHome This tweet was posted on January 04, 2021.
“Messenger of Hope” celebrates the life of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay individual elected to public office in California. “Messenger of Hope” is on display both pre- and post- security in Harvey Milk Terminal 1, and online at: https://t.co/eGYmHGjUIn #HarveyMilkExhibition This tweet was posted on March 04, 2022.