The Harvey Milk Story by Kari Krakow

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"On a rainy day in January, on the steps of San Francisco's City Hall, Harvey Milk was sworn into office, the first openly gay elected city official in the United States of America. Harvey Milk had made history." In making history that day, Minnie Milk's intelligent, energetic and courageous son "showed the world that by not being afraid to be yourself, you can give others the courage to be proud of who they are." Harvey's legacy is everywhere today in the hundreds of openly gay elected officials in every level of government, including the United States Congress.
 

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David Gardner founded The Motley Fool in 1993.
 
Published May 1, 2002 by Two Lives Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Young Adult, Gay & Lesbian, Political & Social Sciences.

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Gardner’s sunny pictures occupy two-thirds of each page, depicting a usually smiling fellow happily engaged in being a part of the bigger world, eventually making “laws to ensure the quality of life for all people.” Approaching the end of the story, the illustrations as well as the text take on a...

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