Harvey Milk's 84th Birthday Party: Let's Make History Again.


Harvey Milk represented us. He believed in LGBT leadership and the radical idea that LGBT people should be elected and hold public office. He lived and died fighting for that dream. 

Harvey’s election to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977 made history and paved the way for so many LGBT elected leaders since. From Harry Britt to Carole Migden, from Tom Ammiano to David Campos, Harvey’s legacy lives on in San Francisco’s LGBT leadership. 

This June, we have the chance to make LBGT history again by electing David Campos to represent San Francisco in the State Assembly. 

Join the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, former State Senator Carole Migden, State Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, and Supervisor David Campos for a celebration of Harvey’s life on what would be his 84th birthday. 

Thursday, May 22nd
6:00pm - 9:00pm 
Beaux (2344 Market Street) 
RSVP on Facebook here

*Harvey Milk-shakes prepared at the bar*
*50/50 raffle prize*
*Birthday cake and cupcakes*
*Harvey Milk Club t-shirts for sale* 
*Live DJ and a special performance*

Short speaking program at 7pm. 

For more information about David Campos for State Assembly, visit: www.davidcampossf.com 
@DavidCamposSF #ImforCampos

The Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club was founded by our namesake Harvey Milk in 1976. Today, the Club continues Harvey's legacy through political activism, electoral organizing, and building progressive power across communities and issues in San Francisco. 

We're here to recruit you! Become a member today at www.milkclub.org/join
@harvemilkclub #HarveyMilk2014