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ICS Honored with Commendation from West Hollywood City Council to Commemorate Harvey Milk Day
You're invited to join the City of West Hollywood in commemorating Harvey Milk Day at two events on
May 19th and May 22nd!
The contributions of Harvey Milk will be celebrated at the West Hollywood City Council meeting on Monday, May 19, 2014 beginning at 6:00 pm with various activities including video shorts, an interactive lobby display and an informal reception in the West Hollywood City Council Chambers located at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. (The meeting start time is 6:30 pm and the presentations will begin at appx 6:45 pm.)
The City Council will present a commendation to the International Court System, one of the oldest and largest predominantly gay organizations in the world, for leading the successful national campaign for the Harvey Milk Forever Postage Stamp. Special guests include San Diego Human Relations Commissioner Nicole Murray-Ramirez, who is the Executive Director of the International Court System and Chair of the Harvey Milk National Stamp Campaign. Join us at the City Council meeting for a preview of the stamp!
The US Postal Service and the White House are honoring Harvey Milk and his inspiring efforts as an activist and civil rights leader with a ceremony to dedicate the Harvey Milk Forever Postage Stamp on May 22, the official release date for the stamp.
Join the City of West Hollywood for the kick-off of One City One Pride,
the annual LGBTQ arts festival with Love = Love: The Five Year Road to Marriage, a special exhibition celebrating the struggle for marriage equality with a reception on Harvey Milk Day, May 22, 2014 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the West Hollywood Library (625 N. San Vicente Blvd.). The new Harvey Milk US Postal Forever stamp will be available for purchase at this event. The exhibition features images by photographer David McCoy largely taken at "No on Proposition 8" rallies across Southern California. City of West Hollywood Mayor John D'Amico will make opening remarks and the event will feature classical renditions of pop songs by Queertet, an LGBTQ string quartet.