ok so i just watched the movie "Milk" and it was very inspirational. i learned so much about the Gay history in america. its sad though that the educational system today doesnt at all mention harvey milk in any text book n such. i mean it is part of american history! he was assassinated and stood for human rights! i think he showed great leadership. we deserve to learn about him in school. they dont teach us anything about the white night riots or about historical people such as Anne Kronenberg or danny nicoletta who played an imprtant role in Milk's election and revolutionary movement. maybe im just rambling but was wondering how others felt about this?
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