Last week, we told you about those hatemongers up in Sacramento who wasted time and money trying to convince everyone to lock their kids inside for Harvey Milk Day, which, by the way, is today. And while we can't say for sure how many kids were forced to stay home from school so they didn't have to hear one peep about the civil rights leader, we can tell you plenty of kids -- gay and straight -- are finding ways to celebrate.
And not just by chomping down on Milk Duds.
The San Francisco Gay Straight Alliance Network has put together a blueprint of ways for teens and California's youth to honor Harvey Milk on his 82nd birthday, starting with donning buttons, stickers, and t-shirts with his photo on it.
After you get decked out in your Harvey Milk gear, here are some other ways you can memorialize San Francisco's slain supervisor best known for revolutionizing the gay rights movement:
about Harvey Milk and his legacy. This is bound to get their attention.