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Harvey Milk’s nephew: ‘This is the civil rights defining moment of our time’

The nephew of gay rights activist Harvey Milk joined MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss the milestones achieved in the gay rights movement after the SCOTUS rulings.Full story

Rapid rise of the LGBT civil rights movement

  The Grio’s Joy Reid and Pennsylvania State Representative Brian Sims join Hardball to talk about the politics of same-sex marriage, and the country’s evolution on the topic.

1978: San Francisco lawmakers assassinated

  NBC’s Rick Davis reports on the murders of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and city supervisor Harvey Milk at the hands of disgruntled former city supervisor Dan White.

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  From the Archives:  Moscone, Milk killed

Nov. 27, 1978 San Francisco Mayor and supervisor Harvey Milk were assasinated by former supervisor Dan White.  NBC's David Brinkley and Rick Davis report.

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Harvey Milk (© AP file)
Harvey Milk (© AP file)

**FILE** In this file photo from April 1977, San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, left, and Mayor George Moscone are shown in the mayor's office during the signing of the city's gay rights bill. Milk, the late San Franciso supervisor and subject of "Milk," the biographical film that opened this wee

Harvey Milk
Harvey Milk

FILE - In a Nov. 9, 1977 file photo, Harvey Milk poses in front of his camera shop in San Francisco. A charter amendment sponsored by city Supervisor David Campos on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013 planned to introduce legislation asking voters to rename the city's airport after slain gay rights leader Harve