As a community activist, Harvey Milk famously stood on a wooden soapbox to address the gathered members of the community and, at times, to lead them to unite and fight for their rights. Harvey’s birthday is May 22 and we’re celebrating with an interactive exhibit. You’re invited to participate!

Just use the form above to enter your response to the question, “If Harvey Milk were an activist today, what issues would he be taking on?” We’ll display responses on our museum video wall and update them daily.

This exhibit is our contribution to Windows For Harvey, a Castro-wide art exhibition taking place May 17–26.

Photo by Crawford Barton (1973) from the Crawford Wayne Barton Papers collection.