Recalling Milk's hopeful message of empowerment

11/14/2008 | National Public Radio

The exact contributions of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in the U.S., may not be known to a new generation of out elected officials. But to those who knew Milk, whose life is the subject of a new biopic, he was someone who provided a voice of hope in the struggle for LGBT civil rights and helped unite San Francisco's unions and ethnic and racial groups. "He understood we can't do it by ourselves," said Anne Kronenberg, who ran Milk's campaign for Board of Supervisors and is now deputy director of San Francisco's Department of Public Health.

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