SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The corner of Market and Castro streets in San Francisco is where Harvey Milk first rallied support for the gay community and human rights.
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Now almost 40 years after he was gunned down, that street corner has been named in Milk's honor.
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Corner of Market and Castro named after gay rights icon Harvey Milk