A young peace activist escapes his repressive life in Phoenix and heads to San Francisco, hoping to find refuge and community, but finds that the struggle for survival is just as difficult as it was back home.
Roma is a dedicated member of the women's movement who has not come to terms with her sexuality. When NOW purges lesbians from its ranks, Roma moves to San Francisco and dedicates herself to opening the first women's center in the country by women, for women.
Ken, Cleve, and Roma fight an initiative that would ban gays from working in California public schools, while Cleve works on the campaign to elect Harvey Milk as San Francisco City Supervisor.
In 1981, a disease dubbed "gay cancer" starts killing gay men all over the country. Cleve, Ken, Roma, and Diane struggle to educate a terrified community with what little information they have, and Cleve is inspired to create the AIDS Memorial Quilt.
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