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July 27, 1990. ACT UP D.C. initiated a boycott of Philip Morris and its subsidiary Miller Beer over the parent company’s financial contributions to the re-election campaign of anti-gay Sen. Jesse Helms. Patrons of gay bars dumped cans of Miller Beer into the streets in protest. The boycott ended in 1991 after Philip Morris agreed to double its donations to AIDS-related charities. (Washington Blade photo by Doug Hinckle)
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Miller Beer Boycott

July 27, 1990. ACT UP D.C. initiated a boycott of Philip Morris and its subsidiary Miller Beer over the parent company’s financial contributions to the re-election campaign of anti-gay Sen. Jesse Helms. Patrons of gay bars dumped cans of Miller Beer into the streets in protest. The boycott ended in 1991 after Philip Morris agreed to double its donations to AIDS-related charities. (Washington Blade photo by Doug Hinckle)

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