GLBT activists move into Milk's old camera store

Former supervisor Harvey Milk’s historic Castro Camera store has become the site of the San Francisco Action Center and store for The Human Rights Campaign, a nationwide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil-rights organization. The store will carry merchandise with Milk’s image. The move has drawn fire from gay activists on both sides of the political spectrum, including Log Cabin Republicans.

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