Harvey Milk Diversity Brunch
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Join us to celebrate the birthday and life of a man who has been described as the most famous and most significantly open LGBT official ever elected in the United States.
You will be presented with a sumptuous brunch buffet by Hot Boxx Catering through La Cocina and a hosted bar.
Sparkling Wine from Barefoot Winery, a Double Platinum Donor for this event, will flow freely!
Stolichnaya Vodka and Michael Daniels will refresh you with Cosmos, Bloody Mary's and Screwdivers.
Harvey's Restaurant on Castro street, a Platinum Donor for this event, has made it possible to get a delicious Bloody Mary, a staple of any civilized Brunch event!
Stuart is Harvey's nephew, a Human Rights Activist, LGBT Civil Rights Advocate, Global Equality Advisor, Youth and Workforce Services Advocate and the founder of the Harvey Milk Foundation, the beneficiary of this event.
Anne is an American political administrator and LGBT rights activist. She is best known for being Harvey Milk's campaign manager during his historic San Francisco Board of Supervisors campaign in 1977 and his aide as he held that office
Dan is a long time friend of Harvey and is an American photographer, photo journalist and gay rights activist. As a photographer, he has contributed to a number of films, as well as books and periodicals. He is also one of the founders of the Frameline Film Festival.
Nicole Murray Ramirez
Nicole, known as Queen Mother Nicole the Great within the Imperial Court System, has been an LGBT activist for over 55 years and is currently a San Diego city commissioner.
This inspiring young girl fought back when her elementary school censored her report on Harvey Milk last year. After receiving a nearly perfect score on the written report, she was told she couldn't present the report to the class wrongly citing a school policy on sex education.
Bevan is currently serving his second term as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. He represents the City's District 8, the same area Harvey himself represented.
Jose is the elected Treasurer of the City and County of San Francisco. He was appointed by Mayor Gavin Newsom in September 2004, defended his position in 2005 and was sworn in for his first full term in 2006.
Frank M. Robinson
Frank moved to San Francisco in the 70's and served as Harvey's speech writer. He is an accomplished writer and author of 16 books, three of which have been made into movies. He also had a small role in the film "Milk".
Senator Leno was largely responsible for helping Harvey Milk Day become a reality. Stuart Milk will present him with the first ever award from the Harvey Milk Foundation.
Tickets for this event are $65.
This event is produced in conjunction with the Imperial Council of San Francisco, Inc.
The Arc of San Francisco
1500 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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