Harvey Milk was born on May 22, 1930, in Woodmere, New York. Reared in a small middle-class Jewish family
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Milk realized he was gay in high school, but the deliberate and careful Milk chose to remain on the sidelines.
In late 1972, Milk moved to San Francisco, California. There, he opened a camera shop. And start to put his life and work right in the heart of the city's gay community as he befriended a number of gay radicals.
Milk found his voice as a leader and activist. In 1973, he declared his candidacy for a position on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
A novice politician with little money, Milk lost the election, but the experience did not deter him from trying again. Two years later, he narrowly lost a second election for the same seat.