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Tell Supervisor Wiener to STAY AWAY from the 35th Annual Candlelight Memorial Honoring Harvey Milk

Tell Supervisor Wiener to STAY AWAY from the 35th Annual Candlelight Memorial Honoring Harvey Milk

Harvey Milk’s most resonate message was “we’ve got to give them hope”.  Harvey was known for advocating on behalf of the disenfranchised and displaced.

The current elected sitting in the seat once graced by Harvey does not understand Harvey’s message or care about his ideals and therefore cannot and does not respect them. 

The District Eight Supervisor has no business selling out the memorial for Harvey to further his own political agenda while generating yet more media attention for himself.   He should not be speaking to the crowd and has no rightful place at a memorial organized by and for the people who wish to celebrate and honor Harvey’s memory and legacy.

Join the members of the San Francisco Group for Accountable Government (SFGAG) and tell Supervisor Wiener to STAY AWAY from the candlelight memorial honoring the great Harvey Milk to be held at the Pride Flag on 11.27.13 at 7pm.

This petition was delivered to:
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Scott Wiener
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Eric Mar
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Mark Farrell
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    David Chiu
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    London Breed
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Norman Yee
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Katy Tang
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Jane Kim
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    David Campos
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    John Avalos
  • San Francisco City and County Supervisor
    Malia Cohen
  • President of the Harvey Milk Democratic Club (Memorial Organizers)
    Tom Temprano


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