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San Francisco, California- On November 27, 1978, Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were murdered in cold blood. Every year, the Milk Club remembers the movement these men created and how their tragic and senseless deaths galvanized our communities to fight.
The Milk Club's Annual Remembrance:
On Wednesday, November 27th the club will gather at Harvey Milk Plaza and invites our fellow San Franciscans to join us in our vigil of reflection and to reaffirm our commitment to the vision these men had.
A short audio visual program will be followed by a procession to the site of Castro Camera (575 Castro Street) where those who knew them will say a few words.
Participants are encouraged to bring candles and flowers as San Franciscans on the night in November of 1978. Through the generosity of Dan Nicoletta, photographs of Harvey Milk and George Moscone are available for print below. So feel free to bring these photos to carry in memoriam. Read more about our vigil in the Bay Area Reporter.
41: 2019 Milk-Moscone Vigil
November 27, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Harvey Milk Plaza (SW Corner of Market & Castro Streets)
San Francisco, California