As I write this, I'm watching Milk. So far it's extremely good. It got my wife and me thinking about how we were never taught about Harvey Milk in school. It seems like we were taught about every other activist for equal rights except for him. Maybe Boston in the 1980's wasn't that progressive.
As an aside, it's really interesting to watch a movie about historic events that's happened 20 minutes from where you live.
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