Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, among the state’s most prominent openly gay leaders, received a civil rights award for her work advancing equality. The International Imperial Court Council noted her work to make the city the second in the U.S. to name a portion of a street — 900 South — after San Francisco leader and gay pioneer Harvey Milk. In 2015, Biskupski became the first openly gay mayor elected in a major city in Utah’s history. She received the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Award at City Hall on Friday. Equality Utah Director Troy Williams also received the award on behalf of his organization.