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An archive of hope : Harvey Milk's speeches and writings, Harvey Milk ; edited by Jason Edward Black and Charles E. Morris III

Label
An archive of hope : Harvey Milk's speeches and writings
Title
An archive of hope
Title remainder
Harvey Milk's speeches and writings
Statement of responsibility
Harvey Milk ; edited by Jason Edward Black and Charles E. Morris III
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Harvey Milk was one of the first openly and politically gay public officials in the United States, and his remarkable activism put him at the very heart of a pivotal civil rights movement reshaping America in the 1970s. An Archive of Hope is Milk in his own words, bringing together in one volume a substantial collection of his speeches, columns, editorials, political campaign materials, open letters, and press releases, culled from public archives, newspapers, and personal collections. The volume opens with a foreword from Milk's friend, political advisor, and speech writer Frank Robinson, who remembers the man who 'started as a Goldwater Republican and ended his life as the last of the store front politicians' who aimed to 'give 'em hope' in his speeches. An illuminating introduction traces GLBTQ politics in San Francisco, situates Milk within that context, and elaborates the significance of his discourse and memories both to 1970s-era gay rights efforts and contemporary GLBTQ worldmaking"--Publisher description
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Milk, Harvey
Dewey number
979.4/61053092
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
F869.S357
LC item number
M55 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1969-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Black, Jason Edward
  • Morris, Charles E.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • San Francisco (Calif.)
  • San Francisco (Calif.)
  • Gay liberation movement
  • Gay men
  • Milk, Harvey
  • Politicians
  • Gay men
Label
An archive of hope : Harvey Milk's speeches and writings, Harvey Milk ; edited by Jason Edward Black and Charles E. Morris III
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-255)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: Harvey Milk's Political Archive & Archival Politics -- Part One: Milk and the Culture of Populism. -- 1. "Interview with Harvey Milk, " interview, Kalendar, 17 August 1973 -- 2. "Address to the San Francisco Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus, " speech, 5 September 1973 -- 3. "Address to the Joint International Longshoremen & Warehousemen's Union of San Francisco and to the Lafayette Club, " speech, 30 September 1973 -- 4. "An Open Letter to the Mayor of San Francisco, " public letter, 22 September 1973 -- 5. "MUNI/Parking Garage, " press release, 27 September 1973 -- 6. "Alfred Seniora, " press release, 28 September 1973 -- 7. "Who Really Represents You, " campaign flyer, September 1973 -- 8. "Milk Note, " column, Vector 1 February 1974 -- 9. "Anyone Can Be a Movie Critic: How Not to Find Leadership, " editorial, San Francisco Crusader, February 1974 -- 10. "Letter to the City of San Francisco Hall of Justice on Police Brutality, " public letter, 14 February 1974 -- 11. "Where I Stand, " article draft, Sentinel, 28 March 1974 -- 12. "Where There is No Victim, There is No Crime, " press release, 1 April 1974 -- 13. "Political Power, " article draft, Sentinel, 23 May 1974 -- 14. "Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle about Anti-Gay Editorials, " letter draft, 1 July 1974 -- 15. "Library or Performing Arts Center, " press release, 4 December 1974 --
  • Part Two: The Grassroots Activist Becomes "The Mayor of Castro Street" -- 16. "Au Contraire...PCR Needed, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 9 February 1975 -- 17. "Harvey Milk for Supervisor, " campaign letter, 26 February 1975 -- 18. "Statement of Harvey Milk, Candidate for the 16th Assembly District, " campaign material, 9 March 1976 -- 19. "Reactionary Beer, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 18 March 1976 -- 20. "Nixon's Revenge -- The Republicans and Their Supreme Court, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 15 April 1976 -- 21. "My Concept as a Legislator, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 27 May 1976 -- 22. "Uncertainty of Carter or the Certainty of Ford, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 2 September 1976 -- 23. "A Nation Finally Talks About...It, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 9 June 1977 -- 24. "Gay Economic Power, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 15 September 1977 -- 25. "You've Got to Have Hope, " speech, 24 June 1977--
  • Part Three: Supervisor Milk Speaks. 26. "Harvey Speaks Out, " interview, Bay Area Reporter, 8 December 1977 -- 27. "A City of Neighborhoods: First Major Address I and II, " reprinted speech, Bay Area Reporter, 10 January 1978 and 2 February 1978 -- 28. "The Word is Out, " public letter, 1 February 1978 -- 29. "Letter to 'Abe' on Domestic Politics, " private letter, 7 February 1978 -- 30. "Letter to Council Members re Judging People by Myths, " public letter, 13 March 1978 -- 31. "Resolution Requiring State Department to Close the South African Consulate" and "Closing the Consulate, " press releases, 22 March 1978 -- 32. "Letter to President Jimmy Carter, " private letter, 12 April 1978 -- 33. "Untitled (on Gay Caucus and Gay Power), " column, Bay Area Reporter, " 27 April 1978 -- 34. "California Gay Caucus, " article draft, Alternate, 12 May 1978 --
  • Part Four: Milk and the Politics of Gay Rights -- 35. "Keynote Speech at Gay Conference 5, " tape cassette transcription of speech, 10 June 1978 -- 36. "Gay Rights, " article draft, Coast to Coast, 16 June 1978 -- 37. "Gay Freedom Day Speech, " reprinted speech, Bay Area Reporter, 25 June 1978 -- 38. "To Beat Briggs, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 3 August 1978 -- 39. "I Have High Hopes Address, " stump speech, 1978 -- 40. "Harvey Milk vs. John Briggs, " televised debate transcription, 6 August 1978 -- 41. "The Positive or the Negative, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 31 August 1978 -- 42. "Statement on Briggs/Bigotry, " public letter, 22 September 1978 -- 43. "Overall Needs of the City, " speech, 25 September 1978 -- 44. "Ballot Argument Against Proposition 6, " public letter (with Frank Robinson), 7 November 1978 -- Part Five: Harvey's Last Words -- 45. "Political Will, " tape cassette transcription, 18 November 1977
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxiii, 256 pages
Isbn
9780520275492
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012039811
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40022033808
System control number
  • 4213381-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)4213381
  • (Sirsi) i9780520275485
Label
An archive of hope : Harvey Milk's speeches and writings, Harvey Milk ; edited by Jason Edward Black and Charles E. Morris III
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-255)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: Harvey Milk's Political Archive & Archival Politics -- Part One: Milk and the Culture of Populism. -- 1. "Interview with Harvey Milk, " interview, Kalendar, 17 August 1973 -- 2. "Address to the San Francisco Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus, " speech, 5 September 1973 -- 3. "Address to the Joint International Longshoremen & Warehousemen's Union of San Francisco and to the Lafayette Club, " speech, 30 September 1973 -- 4. "An Open Letter to the Mayor of San Francisco, " public letter, 22 September 1973 -- 5. "MUNI/Parking Garage, " press release, 27 September 1973 -- 6. "Alfred Seniora, " press release, 28 September 1973 -- 7. "Who Really Represents You, " campaign flyer, September 1973 -- 8. "Milk Note, " column, Vector 1 February 1974 -- 9. "Anyone Can Be a Movie Critic: How Not to Find Leadership, " editorial, San Francisco Crusader, February 1974 -- 10. "Letter to the City of San Francisco Hall of Justice on Police Brutality, " public letter, 14 February 1974 -- 11. "Where I Stand, " article draft, Sentinel, 28 March 1974 -- 12. "Where There is No Victim, There is No Crime, " press release, 1 April 1974 -- 13. "Political Power, " article draft, Sentinel, 23 May 1974 -- 14. "Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle about Anti-Gay Editorials, " letter draft, 1 July 1974 -- 15. "Library or Performing Arts Center, " press release, 4 December 1974 --
  • Part Two: The Grassroots Activist Becomes "The Mayor of Castro Street" -- 16. "Au Contraire...PCR Needed, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 9 February 1975 -- 17. "Harvey Milk for Supervisor, " campaign letter, 26 February 1975 -- 18. "Statement of Harvey Milk, Candidate for the 16th Assembly District, " campaign material, 9 March 1976 -- 19. "Reactionary Beer, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 18 March 1976 -- 20. "Nixon's Revenge -- The Republicans and Their Supreme Court, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 15 April 1976 -- 21. "My Concept as a Legislator, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 27 May 1976 -- 22. "Uncertainty of Carter or the Certainty of Ford, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 2 September 1976 -- 23. "A Nation Finally Talks About...It, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 9 June 1977 -- 24. "Gay Economic Power, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 15 September 1977 -- 25. "You've Got to Have Hope, " speech, 24 June 1977--
  • Part Three: Supervisor Milk Speaks. 26. "Harvey Speaks Out, " interview, Bay Area Reporter, 8 December 1977 -- 27. "A City of Neighborhoods: First Major Address I and II, " reprinted speech, Bay Area Reporter, 10 January 1978 and 2 February 1978 -- 28. "The Word is Out, " public letter, 1 February 1978 -- 29. "Letter to 'Abe' on Domestic Politics, " private letter, 7 February 1978 -- 30. "Letter to Council Members re Judging People by Myths, " public letter, 13 March 1978 -- 31. "Resolution Requiring State Department to Close the South African Consulate" and "Closing the Consulate, " press releases, 22 March 1978 -- 32. "Letter to President Jimmy Carter, " private letter, 12 April 1978 -- 33. "Untitled (on Gay Caucus and Gay Power), " column, Bay Area Reporter, " 27 April 1978 -- 34. "California Gay Caucus, " article draft, Alternate, 12 May 1978 --
  • Part Four: Milk and the Politics of Gay Rights -- 35. "Keynote Speech at Gay Conference 5, " tape cassette transcription of speech, 10 June 1978 -- 36. "Gay Rights, " article draft, Coast to Coast, 16 June 1978 -- 37. "Gay Freedom Day Speech, " reprinted speech, Bay Area Reporter, 25 June 1978 -- 38. "To Beat Briggs, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 3 August 1978 -- 39. "I Have High Hopes Address, " stump speech, 1978 -- 40. "Harvey Milk vs. John Briggs, " televised debate transcription, 6 August 1978 -- 41. "The Positive or the Negative, " column, Bay Area Reporter, 31 August 1978 -- 42. "Statement on Briggs/Bigotry, " public letter, 22 September 1978 -- 43. "Overall Needs of the City, " speech, 25 September 1978 -- 44. "Ballot Argument Against Proposition 6, " public letter (with Frank Robinson), 7 November 1978 -- Part Five: Harvey's Last Words -- 45. "Political Will, " tape cassette transcription, 18 November 1977
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxiii, 256 pages
Isbn
9780520275492
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012039811
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40022033808
System control number
  • 4213381-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)4213381
  • (Sirsi) i9780520275485

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